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Measurement of valuation of travel time savings / by David A. Hensher
Bib ID 671706
Format BookBook
Author
Hensher, David A. (David Alan), 1947-
 
Description [Sydney, N.S.W.] : Institute of Transport Studies, the Australian Key Centre in Transport Management, 2000 
21 p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Working paper (Institute of Transport Studies (Australia)) ; ITS-WP-00-13.

Notes

"July 2000".

Bibliography: p. 18-21.

Subjects Transportation -- Mathematical models.  |  Travel time (Traffic engineering) -- Mathematical models.
Other authors/contributors Institute of Transport Studies (Australia)

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