Peak Load Pricing and the Channel Tunnel. A Case Study

Peak Load Pricing and the Channel Tunnel. A Case Study

The author contends that large economies can be effected by peak load pricing for transport services. The Channel Tunnel project would have seemed much more attractive if provision has been made for differential charges to transfer some accompanied car traffic to even slightly less congested periods.

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