Cost externalities and road pricing evaluation: experimental findings from network analysis (2005)
AuthorsDantas, A., Mao, J., Nicholson, A.show all
The analysis of cost externalities in the evaluation of road pricing schemes based upon a network analysis in Christchurch (New Zealand) is presented. Results indicate that current practices do not suit the special characteristics of road pricing analysis and evaluation. Road charging may create negative benefits for society and its main purpose (increasing transportation efficiency) may not reached as well.
CitationDantas, A., Mao, J., Nicholson, A. (2005) Cost externalities and road pricing evaluation: experimental findings from network analysis. Auckland, New Zealand: IPENZ Transportation Group Conference, Sep 2005.
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