A Pareto Improving Strategy for the Time-Dependent Morning Commute Problem
AbstractThis dissertation describes a strategy which makes all commuters better off (i.e. a Pareto efficient strategy) for the time-dependent morning commute problem, even if the collected revenues are not returned to the population of commuters. The proposed strategy will apply road pricing as a tool for congestion management, a practice usually called congestion pricing.
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