Road User Charging: Building a consensus, Wednesday 26 th October. What do we know about public attitudes?. Professor Glenn Lyons Centre for Transport & Society, UWE, Bristol. Overview. Origins of the presentation Attitudinal surveys’ results Topic area findings Summarising remarks.
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Professor Glenn Lyons
Centre for Transport & Society, UWE, Bristol
revenue return = improvements to public transport
ratio = % support / % oppose (if ratio>1 then net support)
2003 surveys occurred after the launch ofthe London scheme
‘Direct’ = benefit to individual car user
‘Indirect’ = benefit to public transport
2003 survey occurred after the launch ofthe London scheme
“Road Pricing Proposals - Feedback to a
Commercial Radio Online Survey July 2004
65% of respondents were OPPOSED to
Darling's road pricing proposals.”