Rail freight transport and demand requirements : an analysis of attribute cut-offs through a stated preference experiment
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Feo Valero, María; García Menéndez, Leandro; Saz Salazar, Salvador del
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This paper analyses the choice between road and rail in Spain where rail market share for freight is still residual. Discrete choice models are estimated with data obtained through a two-phase fieldwork, thus allowing us to carry out a stated preference efficient design for each interviewee. We analyse the existence of attribute cut-offs and the presence of a segment of the population with a zero value of frequency. Our results show that ignoring the existence of cut-offs and segments of the population with polarised valuations can lead to erroneous conclusions in terms of the possibilities of rail for absorbing significant quota.

    Feo Valero, María García Menéndez, Leandro Saz-Salazar, Salvador del 2014 Rail freight transport and demand requirements : an analysis of attribute cut-offs through a stated preference experiment Transportation

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