Behavioural responses and network effects of time-varying road pricing
Netherlands TRAIL Research School, 2009 - Transportation - 196 pages
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acceptable bandwidth arrival time scheduling behavioural responses beneﬁts changes chapter choice altematives choice behaviour choice experiment choice models compensation congested travel departure and arrival departure time choice departure time scheduling differentiation discussed distribution disutility dsdl effects of road elastic demand estimation results euro example expected travel Figure ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬂow free-ﬂow travel identiﬁcation included inﬂuence iteration kilometre charge London congestion charge mode choice modelling framework Netherlands network effects non-linear sensitivities parameter values participation peak policy objectives preferred arrival preferred departure presented public transport reference model rescheduling respondents road pricing charges road pricing fee road pricing measures route choice scheduling approach scheduling attributes scheduling delay early scheduling delay late secondary design dimensions signiﬁcant smartphone Spitsmijden stimulus-response framework time-varying road pricing toll toll roads trafﬁc conditions TRAIL Thesis Series Transport for London travel conditions travel costs travel time attributes travel time unreliability user class utility function Zoetermeer