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OTREC-RR-11-02

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Theoretically, as a freeway network matures, it reaches a saturation point at which additional capacity is counterproductive. Traditional analysis of freeway projects often ignores induced demand and land use changes and does not incorporate a systems approach. A no-more-freeway policy can free funding for other needs, like arterial streets, transit service, implementing demand management and pricing strategies, and facilitating more efficient land use patterns. This research answers the following questions: 1) Under what conditions will freeway capacity expansion become counterproductive to urban planning objectives? 2) How will land use and transportation evolve under a “No-More-Freeway” policy? 3) What are the implications of such a policy on congestion, land use efficiency, transportation finance, and social welfare? 4) What is the impact of a less restrictive “No-More-Freeway” policy that allows private freeway investments and frees public freeway... More > money for other needs?< Less
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Product Details

Publisher
OTREC
Published
September 29, 2011
Language
English
Pages
115
File Format
PDF
File Size
2.4 MB

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