Multi-Agent Transport Simulations and Economic Evaluation
Tolls are frequently discussed policies to reduce traffic in cities. However, road pricing measures are seldom implemented due to high investments and unpopularity. Transportation planning tools can support planning authorities by solving those problems if they take into account the following aspects:
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Volume (Year): 228 (2008)
Issue (Month): 2-3 (April)
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