No. 2014:27: Optimal supply of public transport: subsidising production or consumption or both?
No. 2014:26: Does fuel price affect trucking industry’s network characteristics?: evidence from Denmark
No. 2014:25: The Gothenburg congestion charge: effects, design and politics
No. 2014:24: Race to the top in traffic calming
No. 2014:23: Economic effects of air transport market liberalization in Africa
No. 2014:22: Costs for Swedish public transport authorities in tendered bus contracts
No. 2014:21: Household car ownership in urban and rural areas in Sweden 1999–2008
No. 2014:20: Degrees of freedom in road construction
No. 2014:19: A biofuel mandate and a low carbon fuel standard with ‘double counting’
No. 2014:18: The Swedish car fleet model: evaluation of recent applications
No. 2014:17: Assessing the cost impact of competitive tendering in rail infrastructure maintenance services: evidence from the Swedish reforms (1999-2011)
No. 2014:16: The inefficiency of marginal cost pricing on roads
No. 2014:15: It's the economy, stupid: increasing fuel price is enough to explain Peak Car in Sweden
No. 2014:14: Why experience changes attitudes to congestion pricing: the case of Gothenburg
No. 2014:13: The causes and effects of declining driver license holdings in Sweden
No. 2014:12: Nätverksutläggning för cykel
No. 2014:11: Determinants of congestion pricing acceptability
No. 2014:10: Further development of SAMPERS and modeling of urban congestion
No. 2014:9: Joint econometric models of freight transport chain and shipment size choice
No. 2014:8: Response to a social dilemma : an analysis of the choice between an economic and an environmental optimum in a policy making context
No. 2014:7: The Stockholm congestion charges: an overview
No. 2014:6: Does benefit/cost-efficiency influence transport investment decisions?
No. 2014:5: Freight transport, policy instruments and climate
No. 2014:4: Samhällsekonomiskt effektiv tilldelning av järnvägskapacitet: några synpunkter på Trafikverkets nuvarande process
No. 2014:3: Precautionary and operative costs of freight train delays: a case study of a Swedish grocery company
No. 2014:2: Is sustainable transport policy sustainable?
No. 2014:1: The Stockholm congestion pricing syndrome: how congestion charges went from unthinkable to uncontroversial
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