Traffic restraint as a transport planning policy 2: A comparative network analysis


The traffic modelling techniques described in the last issue are here applied to a number of variations on traffic restraint policies. The links between a transport-model view of road pricing and a view based on models of a single road are demonstrated, and the differing impacts and benefits of a range of other -- more limited -- policies are compared. The special sensitivity of parking policies to the degree of enforcement of parking charges is demonstrated using the same type of equilibrium model, extended to handle two different types of traveller.

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