Klövviltolyckornas påverkan på järnvägstrafikens punktlighet : En studie med fokus på förseningskostnader

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från KTH/Transportplanering, ekonomi och teknik

Författare: Cornelia Stanislawska; [2017]

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Sammanfattning: The number of accidents with moose and roe deer on railway has increased in recent years. Collisions between trains and wildlife bring high costs to society, primarily because of the primary and secondary delays they cause. Some detailed estimates of these costs have not yet been made. There are many factors to consider in such calculations which makes them complex. It is, however, interesting to know the monetary extent that these accidents cause in order to assess any possible safeguards that may be taken. Using statistics from Trafikverket's system OFELIA and LUPP, as well as data from the train operators, the hope has been to be able to calculate a general cost for accidents with elk and roe deer on railway. Unfortunately, getting access to data has proved more difficult than expected. Therefore, some cost estimates have not taken place. Instead, the work has focused on giving the person who is not familiar with the problem an overview of the consequences of wildlife accidents, as well as the method of calculating delayed costs. The conclusion is that it may be very difficult to obtain data and information on topics that have not yet been investigated, and that there is a need for collaboration between researchers, authorities and companies in order to find solutions to the problem in society.

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