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Analysis and Optimization Research of Beijing’s Quantity Control Policies on Motor Vehicles

  • Yue-jun Liu
  • Tao Gu
  • Ling Zhou
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 503)

Abstract

In the process of urban motorization, due to scarce urban resources and limited environmental supporting capacity, most cities can only pursue intensive development instead of excessive development of sedan cars. As a result, major cities around the world have adopted various means to control the total quantity of motor vehicles so as to control the growth and use of motor vehicles, for the purpose of promoting the healthy development of urban motorization. This article has carefully analyzed implementation of Beijing’s quantity control policies on motor vehicles, systematically summarized experience of foreign and domestic cities in formulating such control policies, and put forward a direction for the development of Beijing’s quantity control policies on motor vehicles.

Keywords

Motor vehicles Sedans Quantity control Economic means 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Beijing Municipality Key Laboratory of Urban Traffic Operation Simulation and Decision SupportBeijing Transport InstituteChaoyangChina

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