Equilibrium Short-Run-Marginal-Cost Pricing of a Transport Facility: The Case of the San Francisco B...
<p>This paper derives empirical estimates of the equilibrium peak period congestion tolls when (a) no further investment in congestion-reducing capacity is possible; (b) the facility is used by two commuter modes and one mode of goods transport; and (c) commuters choose between the two modes a...
|Journal Title:||Journal of Transport Economics and Policy|
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|In:||Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 14, 1980, 2, p. 185-203|
|Type of Resource:||E-Article|
London School of Economics and Political Science and the University of Bath