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Assessment of Large Transport Infrastructure Projects: The CBA-DK Model

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  • This Paper Presents A Newly Developed Decision Support Model To Assess Transport Infrastructure Proj
  • The Model Combines Use Of Conventional Cost–Benefit Analysis To Produce Aggregated Single Point Es
  • With Quantitative Risk Analysis Using Monte Carlo Simulation To Produce Interval Results
  • The Embedded Uncertainties Within Traditional Cba Such As Ex-Ante Based Investment Costs And Travel
  • The Paper Investigates These Two Impacts In Terms Of The Optimism Bias Principle Which Is Used To Ta
  • The Cba-Dk Methodological Approach Has Been Used To Apply Suitable Probability Distribution Function
  • Thus Resulting In Feasibility Risk Assessment Moving From Point To Interval Results
  • The Proposed Assessment Model Makes Use Of Both Deterministic And Stochastic Based Information
  • Decision Support As Illustrated In This Paper Aims To Provide Assistance In The Development And Ulti
  • While Accounting For The Uncertainties Surrounding Transport Appraisal Schemes
  • The Modelling Framework Is Illustrated By The Use Of A Case Study Appraising Airport And Runway Alte
  • The Case Study Has Been Conducted In Cooperation With The Home Rule Authorities Of Greenland

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Assessment of Large Transport Infrastructure Projects: The CBA-DK Model - DTU Orbit (20/04/14) Assessment of Large Transport Infrastructure Projects: The CBA-DK Model - DTU Orbit (20/04/14) Salling, Kim Bang and David Banister. "Assessment of Large Transport Infrastructure Projects: The CBA-DK Model". Transportation Research. Part A: Policy & Practice. 2009, 43(9-10). 800-813. Available: 10.1016/j.tra.2009.08.001

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