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Estimating the demand for packaged travel for a proposed high-speed surface transport system using stated response methods / Paul G. Hooper
Bib ID 1114826
Format BookBook
Author
Hooper, Paul G. (Paul Gregory)
 
Description [Sydney, N.S.W.] : Institute of Transport Studies, Graduate School of Business, the University of Sydney, 1992 
[14] leaves ; 30 cm. 
Series

Working paper (University of Sydney. Institute of Transport Studies) ; ITS-WP-92-15.

Notes

"Paper presented at the Sixth World Conference on Transport Research, Lyon, France, 29 May-3 June 1992."

Bibliography: leaf [14]

Subjects High speed trains -- Australia -- Planning.  |  Package tours -- Australia.  |  VFT (Train)
Other authors/contributors University of Sydney. Institute of Transport Studies  |  World Conference on Transport Research 1992 : Lyon, France)

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