Road Pricing, the Economy and the Environment

ISBN: 978-3-540-77149-4 (Print) 978-3-540-77150-0 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-4


  3. Chapter

    Pages 5-27

    Road Pricing in Europe — A Review of Research and Practice

  4. Chapter

    Pages 29-48

    Road Pricing: Consequences for Traffic, Congestion and Location

  5. Chapter

    Pages 49-78

    Implementation Paths for Marginal Cost-Based Pricing in Urban Transport: Theoretical Considerations and Case Study Results

  6. Chapter

    Pages 79-91

    The London Congestion Charging Scheme: The Evidence

  7. Chapter

    Pages 93-109

    The AKTA Road Pricing Experiment in Copenhagen

  8. Chapter

    Pages 111-131

    Experience with Measuring Equity and Efficiency: A Case from Oslo

  9. Chapter

    Pages 133-166

    Transport Costs in a Multiregional Equilibrium Job Search Model

  10. Chapter

    Pages 167-191

    Evaluation of the Introduction of Road Pricing Using a Computable General Equilibrium Model

  11. Chapter

    Pages 193-206

    Efficiency and Equity Considerations in Road Pricing

  12. Chapter

    Pages 207-227

    Modelling the Economy, Transport and Environment Triangle, with an Application to Dutch Maglev Projects

  13. Chapter

    Pages 229-265

    A Systems Approach to Modelling the Regional Economic Effects of Road Pricing

  14. Chapter

    Pages 267-276

    External Effects and Road Charging

  15. Chapter

    Pages 277-299

    Assessing the Impacts of Traffic Air Pollution on Human Exposure and Health

  16. Chapter

    Pages 301-313

    Car Use Habits: An Obstacle to the Use of Public Transportation?

  17. Chapter

    Pages 315-330

    Road Pricing in Denmark — User Attitudes and User Reactions

  18. Chapter

    Pages 331-349

    A Cost-Minimisation Principle of Adaptation of Private Car Use in Response to Road Pricing Schemes

  19. Chapter

    Pages 351-374

    Car Users’ Trade-Offs Between Time, Trip Length, Cost and Road Pricing in Behavioural Models

  20. Chapter

    Pages 375-393

    The Impacts of e-Work and e-Commerce on Transport, the Environment and the Economy

  21. Chapter

    Pages 395-409

    A Web-Based Study of the Propensity to Telework Based on Socio-Economic, Work Organisation and Spatial Factors

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