Journal article

Assessment of Public-Private Partnership in Traveler Information Provision Case Study of a Developing Country

Saeed Asadi Bagloee, Mohammad Kermanshah, Claire Bozic

TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD | SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC | Published : 2013

Abstract

Making efficient use of transportation infrastructure has always been a concern. Traveler information provisions (TIPs) assist commuters in making better travel decisions and therefore lead to increased mobility and more efficient travel. The ongoing economic crisis and shrinking public funding have made the public-private partnership (PPP) an attractive instrument for promoting TIP. Such initiatives have been much discussed in developed countries. The use of PPP to fund public projects in developing countries, however, is in its infancy, and the related issues do not receive adequate attention in the literature. In this study, PPP opportunities in TIP were assessed in the case of a city in ..

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