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  • OECD/ITF JTRC - Surface Transport Networks: Improving Reliability and Levels of Service
    across regions It explored the effectiveness of current operational arrangements and performance measures identified possible improvements including in service reliability and in the context of expected future increases in demand drew conclusions on the priorities for regional international transport policy and the nature of improvements needed for surface transport network operations Outline This study examined how governments can improve reliability and levels of service for the movement of passengers and goods in surface transport networks The primary focus was on interurban movement of passengers and goods on roads rail and to a some extent at ports with their hinterland connections This study defined reliability from the perspective of different users It considered how reliability may be understood by users and managers of transport networks It also reviewed the current and projected impediments to acceptable reliability in different countries and regions The study then reviewed issues on measuring reliability in the transport system The study presented an overview of different ways of how reliability can be measured and monitored and what kind of indicators are to be used for this purpose To provide insight into the value of reliability for society the relative importance of changes in reliability were compared to

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/infrastructure/networks/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • OECD/ITF - JTRC Documents on Surface Transport Networks
    ITF Joint Transport Research Centre Presentation made to Department of Infrastructure and Transport Canberra Australia 11 October 2010 Improving Reliability on Surface Transport Networks Summary Document OECD ITF Transport Research Centre October 2009 Fiabilité des transports Quelques éléments d analyse économique Xavier DELACHE Ministère de l écologie de l énergie du développement durable et de l aménagement du territoire Décembre 2008 Reliability of Road Transport from the Perspective of Logistics

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/infrastructure/networks/documents.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Value of Travel Time Reliability and Cost-Benefit Analysis
    KAUPPILA OECD ITF Transport Research Centre The Reliability Focus Area Bill HYMAN SHRP2 What s the Value of Reliability Mark HALLENBECK Washington State Transportation Center Session 1 Applying Reliability in Cost Benefit Analysis Role of reliability in policy system planning and investment decisions Jan VAN DER WAARD Rijkswaterstaat Netherlands The UK approach to reliability and CBA Pamela CHIANG Department for Transport United Kingdom Reliability and cost benefit in the ITS Deployment Analysis System Richard MARGIOTTA Cambridge Systematics USA Reliability and cost benefit analysis in Sweden Jonas ELIASSON Centre for Transport Studies Sweden Session 2 Value of Reliability What is the value of reliability Mogens FOSGERAU Technical University of Denmark DTU Transport Denmark Preliminary results of the Norwegian valuation study Hanne SAMSTAD Institute of Transport Economics Norway An option theoretic approach to imputing the value of reliability Randall POZDENA ECONorthwest USA Preliminary results of the Dutch valuation study Pim WARFFEMIUS Institute for Transport Policy Analysis Netherlands Session 3 Modeling Impacts of Policy Initiatives Challenges and accomplishments of modeling impacts of policy initiatives John BATES John Bates Services United Kingdom Modeling lateness Joel FRANKLIN Royal Institute of Technology Sweden Reliability in policy sensitive transport models insights from SHRP2 Peter VOVSHA PB Americas

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/Proceedings/reliability/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • OECD/ITF JTRC - Sustainable Road Funding
    product in the ITF member countries ITF 2009 Roads also require continuous attention in terms of maintenance operation and development to counter deterioration or because of a need for an upgrade However funding for road maintenance is often postponed especially when budgets are tight because a lack of maintenance does not lead to immediate failure of the network At the same time there is a pressure to improve network performance due to the combined effects of increased traffic and greater expectations regarding service levels In some cases a failure to answer these challenges has led to a number of negative impacts among them notably congestion and incidents leading also to increased unreliability The study will focus on better evaluation of road maintenance rehabilitation costs and road user costs including consequences on future levels of service It will explore the current practices for road asset management maintenance evaluation and identify cost effective solutions to optimise service levels of the infrastructure The study will also draw conclusions and policy recommendations on the future data needs required improvements in evaluation methodologies and performance measures The project was launched in October 2011 Preliminary conclusions will be made available in May 2013 at the International

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/infrastructure/RoadFunding/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Infrastructure Investment and Maintenance Data
    Aviation Environment Globalisation Infrastructure Maritime Rail Road Safety Road Transport Security Statistics Urban NEWS ALERT A A A Infrastructure Investment and Maintenance Data Infrastructure Investment Data 1992 2010 Rail Road Inland Waterways Maritime Ports Airports Maintenance Data 1992 2009 Rail

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/statistics/investment/data.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Infrastructure Investment and Maintenance
    Safety Road Transport Security Statistics Urban NEWS ALERT A A A Infrastructure Investment and Maintenance Reports Spending on Transport Infrastructure 1995 2011 Trends Policies Data see also Information on policies by member countries Understanding the Value of Transport Infrastructure Guidelines for macro level measurement of spending and assets Data Free data access external link Meetings Understanding the Value of Transport Infrastructure ITF 2013 Summit session 23 May 2013 International Workshop

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/statistics/investment/invindex.html (2016-02-17)
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  • OECD/ITF JTRC: Transport Infrastructure Investment: Funding Future Infrastructure Needs
    includes maintenance of old and investment in new capacity as well as questions of financing Outline All governments are faced with the challenge of maintaining surface transport infrastructure networks and adding new capacity in strategic areas This requires very large expenditures To meet this demand governments are increasingly looking to a wide range of alternative models characterised by increasing use of private sector resources expertise or management Options include the selective contracting out of specific tasks public private partnerships PPPs fully or partially state owned companies private not for profit entities and outright privatisation This study examines the overall challenge of providing surface transport infrastructure including a description of the available models It provides an overview of the current situation observed around the world It discusses the fundamental question of how borrowing for the creation of surface transport infrastructure should be treated in public accounts The study considers the potential efficiency gains provided by the models and fundamental conditions that must be in place to achieve these as well as inherent and potential costs including the question of risk transfer The study also examines the extent to which users should be expected to pay for infrastructure and the potential impacts

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/infrastructure/Investment/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • OECD/ITF JTRC: 3rd Working Group on Transport Infrastructure Investment, Vienna, 24-25 April 2006
    for Roads The Role of On budget and Off budget Finance Structures in PPP Projects Michael KORN Alfen Consult GmbH Road Transport Charging Road Pricing Jani SAARINEN Financial Director Finnish Road Administration The Relative Costs of Different Funding Mechanisms and Means of Mitigating This Jani SAARINEN Financial Director Finnish Road Administration Designing PPPs for the Efficient Provision of Infrastructure Services Jan Eric NILSSON Swedish National Road and Traffic Research Institute

    Original URL path: http://internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/infrastructure/Investment/vienna2006.html (2016-02-17)
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