Changing trains: Railway reform and the role of competition: The experience of six countries
Published in 1999. The book presents and compares the new relationships between transport authorities and railway companies in a number of countries (Great Britain, Sweden, Japan, Germany, Switzerland and France). It also presents a number of case studies focusing on the role of contracts, competition and tendering and presenting the achievements of the new regimes so far. This book is aimed at all transport professionals, authorities and academics interested in the increasing use of competition in the passenger railway sector.
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Van De Velde, D.M. (D. M.). (2018). Changing trains: Railway reform and the role of competition: The experience of six countries. Changing Trains: Railway Reform and the Role of Competition: The Experience of Six Countries, 1–364. doi:10.4324/9780429463556