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  • Eric Britton (EcoPlan, Paris)
    ... From: Universities Transport Study Group [mailto:UTSG@JISCMAIL.AC.UK] On Behalf Of Roger Mackett Sent: Monday, November 17, 2003 10:37 AM To:
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      -----Original Message-----
      From: Universities Transport Study Group [mailto:UTSG@...] On
      Behalf Of Roger Mackett
      Sent: Monday, November 17, 2003 10:37 AM
      To: UTSG@...
      Subject: Transport Economists' Group


      I would like to draw your attention to the programme of talks at the
      Transport Economists' Group for this academic year.

      Meetings of the Transport Economists' Group are open to members and
      non-members (non-members are invited to join the Group). Membership and
      other details can be found on the TEG website at

      Meetings are held at 5.30 for 6 p.m. and finish around 7.30 p.m. the
      Chadwick Building, University College London. Enter by the main gates in

      Gower Street and turn right where the entrance to the Chadwick Building
      will be found, then follow the signs to the room. The meetings in
      December, April, May and June will be held in Room 218 on the second
      The meetings in January, February and March will be held in the Chadwick

      Lecture Theatre in the basement. A map of UCL can be found
      at: www.ucl.ac.uk/transport-studies/findus.htm

      Wednesday 26 November Current appraisal issues from an SRA perspective
      Bob Stannard, Chief Economist, Strategic Rail Authority

      Wednesday 17 December Pricing runway use in the peak and off peak
      David Starkie, Economics-Plus Ltd

      Wednesday 28 January Commuter services on CTRL
      Christopher Clark, Project Manager, Strategic Rail Authority

      Wednesday 25 February Making markets work for rail freight
      Julia Clarke

      Wednesday 24 March Increasing costs of rail
      Roger Ford, Modern Railways

      Wednesday 28 April London Bus Priority: the story so far .
      Scott Lester, Bus Priority Manager, Monitoring and Research &
      Bus Priority Team, TfL and Martin Lawrence, Senior Consultant,

      Wednesday 26 May The Working Time Directive - Turning a Challenge into
      Alan Waller, Professor of Logistics, Cranfield University

      Wednesday 23 June Appraisal and Evaluation: the evolution and potential
      the Treasury 'Green Book'
      Michael Spackman, NERA Special Adviser


      Roger Mackett
      Chair, TEG

      Professor Roger Mackett
      Centre for Transport Studies
      University College London
      Gower Street
      WC1E 6BT
      Great Britain

      Tel: (+44) 020 7679 1554
      Fax: (+44) 020 7679 1567
      E-mail: rlm@...
      WWW: http://www.cts.ucl.ac.uk/members/rlm.htm
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