The Peak in Road Passenger transport. An empirical Study

The Peak in Road Passenger transport. An empirical Study

A study of one road passenger transport undertaking shows that the long-run marginal cost of the daily peak is greater than its long-run marginal revenue. To raise fares at the peak and withdraw some services would involve social cost. The optimal policy might involve some form of subsidy.

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