Response by Prof. Joop Evers

  • Joseph J.M. Evers Delft University of Technology


The remarks by professor Weidmann concern: (1) Trip booking (discussed in III); The unmanageable number of O/D-relations (discussed in I); (2) Relations with other PTmodalities (discussed in II); (3) Capacity (see I and Profile paper: ‘State of art of fast transport by buses’); (4) Political feasibility (discussed in V and VI); (5) Speed (discussed in II) and (6) Infrastructure (discussed in II, VI and VII). The remarks of professor Bookhuis concern: (1) FTR as an alternative for car travelling (discussed in IV) and (2) Opportunities (discussed in VII). The author thanks professor Brookhuis and professor Weidmann for their interesting and stimulating remarks.

How to Cite
EVERS, Joseph J.M.. Response by Prof. Joop Evers. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, [S.l.], v. 7, n. 3, june 2007. ISSN 1567-7141. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 27 may 2019. doi: