DEREGULATION: WILL IT LAST?
Whilst deregulation itself will last as long as the government of the day wants it to, the benefits which may emerge in the short term may not be long lasting. The paper identifies the short-term impact of deregulation in the UK bus industry. These could include lower costs, lower fares, more services and less revenue support. It then examines the factors which will influence whether these benefits will get larger or smaller in the long term. Evidence on them is reviewed, and, whilst it is not possible to draw final conclusions, some possible 5 to 10 year scenarios are set out. This paper is presented in an abridged form. For the covering abstract of the seminar see TRIS 456300.
- Public Transport Planning and Operation. Proceedings of Seminar J held at PTRC Summer Annual Meeting, University of Sussex, England, 15-18 July 1985, V P266.
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- TYSON, W J
- Publication Date: 1985
- Pagination: p. 199
- TRT Terms: Benefit cost analysis; Buses; Competition; Conferences; Costs; Deregulation; Federal government; Financing; Forecasting; Legislation; Level of service; Policy; Private enterprise; Public transit; Tariffs; Time duration; Transportation operations
- Uncontrolled Terms: Long term; Modifications; Short term
- Geographic Terms: United Kingdom
- ITRD Terms: 1272: Bus; 235: Competition; 8525: Conference; 224: Cost; 226: Cost benefit analysis; 244: Financing; 132: Forecast; 183: Government (national); 1556: Legislation; 653: Level of service; 9110: Long term; 9048: Modification; 1144: Operations (transp network); 173: Policy; 9118: Private; 744: Public transport; 241: Tariff; 8119: United Kingdom
- Subject Areas: Finance; Highways; Law; Planning and Forecasting; Policy; Public Transportation;
- Accession Number: 00456302
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: Transport Research Laboratory
- Report/Paper Numbers: Monograph
- Files: ITRD, TRIS
- Created Date: Jul 31 1986 12:00AM