The Economics of travel Passes. Non-Uniform Pricing in transport

The Economics of travel Passes. Non-Uniform Pricing in transport

Pricing rules are derived under different objectives for schemes including travelcards and ordinary tickets. To calculate the effects on revenue of different combinations of fares it is necessary to know the distribution of the population in terms of trip behaviour.

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