## An Integrated Economic Transportation Model for Policy Analysis |

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### Contents

THE INTEGRATED MODEL | 4 |

B Formal Statement of the Optimization Problem and the | 13 |

OPTIMAL DECISION RULES | 24 |

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18 kip axle-loads AASHO aggregate load aggregate prices assumed benefit-cost analysis constraints consumer surplus concept control variables cost pricing rule costate variables deficit defined denotes derived discounted present value economic equation equivalent 18 kip extended consumer surplus feasible first-best ginal given Hessian matrix highway impact variables incremental cost induced demand inputs lump-sum taxes marginal cost pricing marginal pavement cost marginal public cost marginal social benefits marginal social cost Marginal Thickness Requirements matrix maximization network effects non-user externalities number of lanes optimal pricing rule optimal tax optimal taxation optimality conditions optimization problem optimum order conditions peak period private cost profit maximization public ownership returns-to-scale revenues second term serviceability attribute serviceability standards short-run marginal social social cost pricing social objective function social welfare function stage structural number suboptimal tion total cost transportation agency transportation program strategy transportation system travel demand user class vector welfare economics