Modal Split and the Value of Time. A Note on ‘Idle-Time’

Modal Split and the Value of Time. A Note on ‘Idle-Time’

Mr Starkie considers that models used to determine modal choice have failed to recognise the value of time lost through schedule delays and the unpredictability of travel.

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