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Main Title Revenue, finance, pricing, and economics.
Publisher Transportation Research Board,
Year Published 2014
OCLC Number 904017736
ISBN 9780309295383; 0309295386
Subjects Transportation, Automotive--Taxation. ; Express highways--Costs. ; Economic impact analysis--Surveys.
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Transportation Research Record no.2450 http://trb.metapress.com/content/r4x107562362/?p=770ed02c94784354af8a6247ceef0d65&pi=11
Blurb http://www.trb.org/Publications/Blurbs/172088.aspx
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ELCM  TE7.H52 no.2450 NVFEL Library/Ann Arbor, MI 03/02/2015
Collation ix, 178 pages : illustrations, charts, maps ; 28 cm.
Notes
"Journal of the Transportation Research Board." "A peer-reviewed publication." Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Notes
"TRB's Transportation Research Record (TRR): Journal of the Transportation Research Board (TRR), No. 2450: Revenue, Finance, Pricing, and Economics consists of 21 articles that explores the modern transportation funding and user-pays principle; road uses charges in Washington state; use of private roads to promote sustainable mobility; economic impacts of a vehicle-miles-traveled fee for passenger vehicles in Nevada; and an express lane performance evaluation; and an examination of paid travel on I-85 Express Lanes. This issue also assesses the conversion of I-85 high-occupancy vehicle to a high-occupancy toll in Atlanta, Georgia; a GPS-based assessment of equity impacts of large-scale electronic freeway tolling in Gauteng, South Africa; an evaluation of the Urban Partnership Agreement in Seattle, Washington and its impact on transit; and pay-as-you-drive insurance. Additionally, this TRR examines public-private partnership tenders; local government funding and financing of roads in Virginia; a new tool to understand the value-for-money concepts in public-private partnership options; an option game model for optimizing concession length and public subsidies of public-private partnerships; and financing infrastructure projects using public-private partnerships in India. This TRR also explores emerging public-private partnerships in China's rail mass transit; public-private infrastructure cooperatives; U.S. toll road trends since 1950; tolling initiatives for high-occupancy toll facilities under variable demand; an economic evaluation of trends in travel time reliability in road transportation; and an alternative to the Kentucky weight-distance tax."