Price Elasticity of Rideshare: Commuter Fringe Benefits & Parking Cash-Out

The goal of this National Center for Transit Research (NCTR) project was to determine the price elasticity of rideshare with specific objectives of helping to assess what the effect on ridership would be if the effective price paid by the traveler was substantially reduced (i.e., increase in employer co-pay) or increased (i.e., decrease in employer co-pay). While there are multiple

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Evaluation of Shared Use Park & Ride Impact on Properties

The purpose of this National Center for Transit Research (NCTR) study is to document the economic benefit of shared use park and ride facilities located at retail centers. Transit agencies usually perceive shared use park and ride as mutually beneficial to both the transit agency through savings in land and development costs and to park and ride providers through an

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