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Energy Matters Speaker Series 2018: Professor Michiel Bliemer

Towards a fair user-pays system on Australian roads

22 March 2018

LENGTH: 41:58 MIN 

Professor Michiel Bliemer, from the University of Sydney Business School's Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, discusses a fair user-pays system on Australian roads that would be acceptable to all stakeholders, could be implemented in stages, and which assumes relatively simple technology similar to electricity user charges.

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