CORRELATIONS BETWEEN SHORT-HAUL AIR TRANSPORT AND HIGH-SPEED RAILROAD SYSTEM IN JAPAN
Shinkansen, a high-speed rail line between Tokyo and Osaka, is regarded as a success from the viewpoints of both its earnings performance and national as well as public interests. It has however, caused dislocations in air transportation. Air carriers who were operating flights over sectors of not longer than 300 miles were forced to suspend service, and even those who were operating service over sectors of 300 miles or longer experienced more or less a decline in the number of passengers. On the other hand, it was proved that air service over routes of at least 300 miles long could coexist with Shinkansen, maintaining constantly a market share of 10% without suffering fatal damage.
- Presented at the Intl Air Transportation Conference, San Francisco, Mar 24-26, 1975 sponsored by the ASCE Air Transportation Division.
New York, NY United States 10017-2398
- Itow, R
- Publication Date: 1975
- Pagination: p. 73-89
- TRT Terms: Air transportation; Market research; Mode choice; Passenger service; Passengers; Travel demand
- Identifier Terms: Nihon kokuyu tetsudo; Shinkansen
- Subject Areas: Aviation; Operations and Traffic Management; Passenger Transportation; Railroads;
- Accession Number: 00130925
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: Engineering Index
- Report/Paper Numbers: Proc Paper
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Apr 21 1976 12:00AM