The Evaluation of travelling Time

The Evaluation of travelling Time

The social benefit of transport projects often consists largely of time savings. This article considers the value of time saved to the individual, first on the assumption that he can choose whether to use it for work or for leisure, and secondly on the assumption that the working week is fixed. More empirical research is needed.

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