Assessing transport information systems policies: A framework

Thierry Verduijn, Johannes T. Voordijk, Roel ter Brugge

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The integration of information and communication services in transport can be a powerful opportunity to achieve a EU or Common Transport Policy. To ensure maximum benefit from these opportunities offered by information and communication services there is a need to create the conditions for adequate and widespread use of these services in transport. To support policy makers in the identification of policy requirements, i.e. necessary policy actions and measures, a policy assessment framework has been developed and applied. The framework is based on a ‘stagist’ model in which the analysis of complex relationships between transport, information technology and policy is split into ten steps. In each step the framework addresses the most important aspects and mechanisms to be taken into account when defining policy for the integration of information and communication services.
Original languageUndefined
Pages (from-to)43-47
JournalTijdschrift voor vervoerswetenschap
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2001


  • METIS-200249
  • IR-86008

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