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This study uses a stated choice experiment to quantify travellers' willingness to pay for a tolled tunnel in Copenhagen. Discrete choice models are used to quantify travellers' value of travel time savings. The discrete choice models take account of systematic heterogeneity in terms of traveller and trip characteristics and random heterogeneity.
We propose a list of questions that researchers and policy-makers can use when writing or critiquing policy in order to bring broader perspective to the forefront of their analysis of the problem.
The paper should assist the transport modellers and policy makers in choosing appropriate trip frequency modelling tools which best suit their problem.
Communities of Practice (CoPs) are self-organising and self-governing groups of people who strive to be better practitioners by developing and spreading new knowledge and practices. CoPs are seen as valuable means to improve collective learning in health and social care, but measuring their effect is difficult. This scoping study collected data to assess the feasibility of, and best approach to, a full-scale evaluation of CoPs.
The evidence suggests that school-based interventions are effective at reducing school exclusion immediately after, and for a few months after, the intervention.