Various free market initiatives nibbling at public transport's traditional markets: mixed effects on "commercial" potential of public transport Technical developments have not yet come to a new equilibrium: more automated, decentralised, tailor-made systems to come, has the potential to solve some social issues Public transport governance (in several/many countries) is based on monopoly, authority control, centralised planning: diminishing congruence with the governance of a growing part of passenger transport systems Challenges:
- Can contract be made not to hinder, and even to stimulate, (good) innovations?
- Can the (free) market be adequately regulated within a congruent regulatory regime for all transport services?
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - 6 Oct 2016
EventK2 Conference: They Way Forward - Kollektivtrafikens hus, Centralplan 3, Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden
Duration: 5 Oct 20166 Oct 2016


ConferenceK2 Conference: They Way Forward
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