Achieving coherent transport networks that are efficient and financially sustainable is a challenge for any public authority. This Round Table examines experience in integrating private management and capital with public transport policy objectives in a number of developed economies. For network operators, the Round Table concludes that innovation is the key to surviving the rapidly changing policy and regulatory environment.
|Summary of Discussions|
|The Political Economy of Urban Transit|
|Contracting for Public Transit Services in the US: Evaluating the Tradeoffs|
|Privatisation, Regulation and Competition: A Thirty-year Retrospective on Transit Efficiency|
|Towards a Reform of Urban Transit Systems: Topics for Action|