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Policy and Project Appraisal at Regional Level

PROJECTS
Funding
Denmark
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Duration
-
Geo-spatial type
Other
STRIA Roadmaps
Transport mode
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Transport policies
Societal/Economic issues,
Environmental/Emissions aspects
Transport sectors
Passenger transport,
Freight transport

Overview

Background & Policy context

Policy and project appraisal for transport and environmental regulation has an important regional dimension. Environmental problems are mainly local, and regulatory measures are increasingly local. Impacts on the environment and economy are also local, not only in terms of distribution, but also from an efficiency point of view. Total efficiency gains for the total economy depend in fact, in part, on the regional design of the regulatory measures.

Objectives

The principal aim of the project is to develop methods and indicators for the evaluation of both the direct and derived impacts of changes in the transport system and its regulation. Further, the aim is to develop methodologies to assess the environmental and economic impacts of transport system changes and changes in the regulation of the transport system.

Methodology

The project is carried out as a case study on a (hypothetical) road pricing system in Denmark with three main activities:

  1. An extension of the evaluation of user benefits from transport activities to include option values and existence values.
  2. Development of measures and methods for spatial evaluation.
  3. The concrete case study of road pricing in Denmark.

Funding

Parent Programmes
Institution Type
Public institution
Type of funding
Public (national/regional/local)

Results

The subject of this project is impacts on working and residential structures, which can be used as a supplement to traditional national cost benefit analyses and national multi-criteria analyses. The project has focused on economic modelling, productivity analysis and externality analysis. Further, it has been investigated, whether the commuting distance has an impact on size of salaries.

Policy implications

The regional dimension is essential, as transport policy and transport projects often are regional. Therefore cost and benefits often have significantly different regional consequenses.

This issue is relevant for Denmark, which is currently undergoing a change in the regional and local administrative structure.

Partners

Lead Organisation
EU Contribution
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Partner Organisations
EU Contribution
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Technologies

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