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UK airport employee car parking: the role of a charge?
journal contributionposted on 2009-03-24, 14:29 authored by Stephen G. Ison, Ian M. Humphreys, Tom Rye
Airports employ significant numbers of workers who favour using the private car for the journey to work because of the location of many facilities and the times they need to travel. At the same time official policies for congestion and environmental reasons seek to limit car use. This can pose parking problems for the airports. This note looks at some of the particular issues confronting UK airport management when trying to conform to official policies while at the same time meeting the needs of their workers and the role charging may play in the solution.
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CitationISON, S.G., HUMPHREYS, I.M. and RYE, T., 2007. UK airport employee car parking: the role of a charge? Journal of Air Transport Management, 13(3), pp. 163-165.
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NotesThis is Restricted Access. The article was published in the journal, Journal of Air Transport Management [© Elsevier] is available at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/09696997