How are we supposed to allocate scarce roadspace?

 

How are we supposed to allocate scarce roadspace? by Lewis Lehe


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One Response to How are we supposed to allocate scarce roadspace?

  1. Eric Saathoff
    Eric S June 9, 2014 at 7:15 am #

    Is this like if everyone rode in a taxi? At rush hour the higher congestion would lead to longer trips (in time) and higher costs, discouraging many from picking the time or route. Perhaps the taxis would actually have to charge a higher fare in addition at that time to make rush hours even more painful.

    Also, would this accommodate the poor with tax subsidies or anything of the like?

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