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Designing Cross-Subsidy Mechanisms for Multi-Modal Transportation Systems

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Despite large investments in passenger transportation infrastructure, congestion has increased at an alarming pace and at substantial societal costs. Congestion was estimated to cost $124 billion in 2013 and to rise to about $186 billion by 2030. Empirical evidence demonstrates that public transit is effective in alleviating congestion as well as the environmental impacts that result from congestion. What’s more, public transportation is the mode that provides access to jobs, goods, and services that are critical to economic mobility for those on the lower rungs of the economic ladder. Hence, this project focused on the development of modeling tools to support the design of cross-subsidy mechanisms in multi-modal passenger transportation networks by integrating road congestion pricing and multimodal transportation services design.

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Final Report

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U.S. Department of Transportation 69A3551747119

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2018-05-31

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Tolls; Optimization; Network Design

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