Equilibrium Short-Run Marginal Cost Pricing of a transport Facility. The Case of the San Francisco Bay Bridge

Equilibrium Short-Run Marginal Cost Pricing of a transport Facility. The Case of the San Francisco Bay Bridge

The author concludes that optimal tolls on the San Francisco Bay Bridge would be much higher than those now charged, but that their introduction would have little effect on the composition of traffic.

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