Optimization of traffic and Facilities

Optimization of traffic and Facilities

What are the costs to others of an extra car in the traffic queue, and how can they be Brought home to the individual? The author argues that tolls and differential charges are essential to the efficient use and development of urban transport facilities. He discusses also the husbandry of equipment and allocation of land for transportation.

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