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Ray Kinnear
Social exclusionPolicy studiesWell-beingDisadvantagePublic transport
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#1Jenny MorrisH-Index: 2
#2Ray KinnearH-Index: 3
Abstract Purpose — This chapter considers how transport policy and planning has been developing in Victoria in tandem with the research program described elsewhere in this book. Developments in policy and planning are discussed with particular regard to transport disadvantage and social inclusion. Methodology — The chapter commences by providing a policy and planning context in terms of the geography and demography of travel needs, the relevant jurisdictional responsibilities in Australia and th...
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#1Graham Currie (Monash University)H-Index: 35
#2Tony RichardsonH-Index: 2
Last. John StanleyH-Index: 18
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This paper summarises preliminary results of a study to extend knowledge associated with social exclusion and transport by quantifying social and behavioural implications of lack of public transport and the nature of the social well-being benefits associated with improving services. Metropolitan results are outlined including methodologies exploring the distribution of transport disadvantage in Melbourne, Australia and how this relates to public transport services. An exploration of high car own...
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#1Graham Currie (Monash University)H-Index: 35
#2Tony RichardsonH-Index: 2
Last. John Stanley (USYD: University of Sydney)H-Index: 18
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This paper summarises preliminary results of a study to extend knowledge associated with social exclusion and transport by quantifying social and behavioural implications of lack of public transport and the nature of the social well-being benefits associated with improving services. Metropolitan results are outlined including methodologies exploring the distribution of transport disadvantage in Melbourne, Australia and how this relates to public transport services. An exploration of high car own...
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#1Graham CurrieH-Index: 35
#2Tony RichardsonH-Index: 2
Last. Ray KinnearH-Index: 3
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While transport disadvantage and its association with social exclusion is now a major research and policy field in the UK, and tackling transport equity is a part of US policy, Australia lacks a similar focus. This paper presents preliminary results from a new international research project aimed at redressing this Australian research gap. The project is investigating associations between transport disadvantage, social exclusion and well-being in metropolitan, regional and rural Victoria, Austra...
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#1Graham CurrieH-Index: 35
#2Ray KinnearH-Index: 3
Last. Ian Wallis (Booz Allen Hamilton)H-Index: 7
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This paper describes a new approach to setting service frequency levels for urban public transport routes, using SCBA techniques to select the optimum economic service frequency. This optimum frequency depends on the trade-off, as frequency varies, between operator costs (including vehicle capital costs), user (generalised) costs and externality costs (congestion and environmental costs). This approach has been translated into an economic model in the context of Melbourne's public transport syst...
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