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Identifying resident preferences for public transport investments: a buy-in perspective

Identifying resident preferences for public transport investments: a buy-in perspective

A PATREC Research Seminar by Prof Corinne Mulley (University of Sydney)

Much of the debate associated with the development of new public transport infrastructure appears to have an emotional bias with communities in favour of one mode, especially rail. This in turn carries much sway at the political level as if there is no budget constraint or consideration of value for money and coverage. This presentation presents a stated choice experiment to investigate this context as two unlabelled options described by 20 potential drivers of community preferences for improved public transport.

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