Design and evaluation of road pricing: state-of-the-art and methodological advances

  • Theodore Tsekeris
  • Stefan Voß


This article provides an in-depth review of the state-of-the-art and describes methodological advances in the design and evaluation of road network pricing schemes. A number of paradigm shifts from the two polar cases of the marginal social cost pricing of road traffic congestion and revenue-maximizing road toll pricing are analyzed, as induced by the need to address realistic design complexities and constraints. The crucial role of the joint consideration of pricing strategies with optimal capacity provision and several network management measures is manifested and an integrated evaluation framework is suggested to incorporate a wide range of road pricing impacts into the scheme design process.


Transport networks Congestion pricing Road pricing Network pricing Network design Private toll road competition Capacity investments Evaluation of pricing schemes 


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  1. 1.Centre for Planning and Economic Research (KEPE)AthensGreece
  2. 2.Department of Business and Economics, Institute of Information SystemsUniversity of HamburgHamburgGermany

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