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trans_sys_chap03 - Vehicle Providers (and their importance...

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Introduction to Transportation Systems 1
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PART I: CONTEXT, CONCEPTS AND CHARACTERIZATION 2
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Chapter 3: Transportation Systems Components: An External Perspective 3
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External Components of the Transportation System COMPETITION TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM FINANCIAL COMMUNITY GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPLY INDUSTRY STAKEHOLDERS Figure 3.1 THE CUSTOMER PUBLIC 4
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Government ± Taxes ± Safety ± User Fees ± Financial Regulation ± Entry and Exit from Market ± Monopolies 5
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Competition ± Intra-modal (e.g., other airlines) ± Inter-modal (rail vs. truck) ± The consumer’s money ± Buy a house or take a vacation ± Transportation/Communication System Competition 6
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Financial Community ± Equity ± Debt 7
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Supply Industry
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Unformatted text preview: Vehicle Providers (and their importance in the global economy) -- automobiles, airplanes Infrastructure Builders Low-tech High-tech Components Electronics Materials Research Community Insurance Industry 8 Stakeholders People/Organizations who are not customers or suppliers but are nonetheless concerned Environmental Community Abutters, e.g., of airports The General Public -- concerned with quality of life, national defense, economic development, as enabled by the transportation system 9 The Customer THE CUSTOMER -- the most important external element, deserving of a chapter all by itself. 10...
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