The Social Impacts of Road Pricing Summary and Conclusions

This report assesses how road pricing impacts are distributed amongst citizens. It specifically examines how the reallocation of road space can improve the wellbeing of the community at large, looks at the relationship between road tolling and public transport pricing, and explores how simulation mo...

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Corporate Author: International Transport Forum
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Paris OECD Publishing 2018
Series:ITF Roundtable Reports
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