Close this search box.

Human Effort and the Value of travel Time

Human Effort and the Value of travel Time

The author considers various possible measures of "effort" (the factors additional to time and money which affect the demand for travel). More research is needed to establish the effect of "effort" on travellers' behaviour and to find methods of using the results in planning.

Share Content


Related Articles

Values of Risk Reduction Implied by Motorist Use of Protection Equipment

This study derives the implied values of reducing the risks of fatal and non-fatal injuries for different road user populations. Values are obtained for “typical” adults, children (as implied by their parents’ actions) and adults who ride motorcycles. Also considered is whether individuals evaluate small time increments consistently with larger time allocations.

View Journal »