Public Transport Subsidy: A Review with Special reference to User Economies of Scale
This paper is the first in a series addressing public transport subsidy, with a special focus on a particular argument for subsidy known as the User Economies of Scale (UES) subsidy argument, using teh bus system in metropo litain Adelaide, South Australia, as a case study.
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