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Toll Cordons’ Effects on Households and Individuals: Adaptations, Attitudes, and Transferability

Project Number: 331

Project Leader: Joel Franklin

Start Date: 0000-00-00

End Date: 0000-00-00

Research Question This project extends recent research into the effects of toll cordons on travel behaviour, focusing especially on such aspects as seasonal variation, adaptations for different socio-economic and demographic groups, interactions with other circumstantial factors and long-term decisions such as housing choice, and their evolution over time, intra-household interactions, and attitudes both generally and toward fairness.

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