Newcastle University, UK

Railway Economics 2016

This course is specifically designed to familiarise delegates with the concepts and techniques of railway management, economics and planning, and their application in addressing a wide variety of current issues facing the industry. Topics covered will include: Railway Economics: macro and micro economics, estimating the demand for new stations and services, public transport network modelling. The course is suitable for those: • Already employed in planning functions in the railway industry, local authorities and consultancies wishing to deepen their understanding • Railway staff from other disciplines wanting to undertake scheme appraisals, or to widen their knowledge of the railway as a system • Young professionals wishing to understand the key concepts of railway planning in order to further their career The courses are led by Dr Nigel Harris of The Railway Consultancy.
Event Type:
Workshops/Training Courses
Oct. 24-25, 2016
Newcastle University
Newcastle upon Tyne , UK

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