2017
DOI: 10.1016/j.trc.2017.03.009
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Abstract: Akamatsu et al.(2006) proposed a new transportation demand management scheme called "tradable bottleneck permits" (TBP), and proved its efficiency properties for a single bottleneck model. This paper explores the properties of a TBP system for general networks. An equilibrium model is first constructed to describe the states under the TBP system. It is proved that equilibrium resource allocation is efficient in the sense that the total transportation cost in a network is minimized. Theoretical relationships be… Show more

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“…For roadways, the road pricing alternative was preferred in real implementations especially because of the cost of monitoring and the technological resources at the time. However, tradable permits have been attracting attention in recent years due to the current technology, especially the low cost of transactions over the Internet [11], [31]- [34]. We emphasize that these articles are related to road transportation and, to the best of our knowledge, the literature lacks applications of tradable permit schemes for air traffic control of UAVs.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…For roadways, the road pricing alternative was preferred in real implementations especially because of the cost of monitoring and the technological resources at the time. However, tradable permits have been attracting attention in recent years due to the current technology, especially the low cost of transactions over the Internet [11], [31]- [34]. We emphasize that these articles are related to road transportation and, to the best of our knowledge, the literature lacks applications of tradable permit schemes for air traffic control of UAVs.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this paper, we consider tradable permit models (TPM) proposed by Akanatsu and Wada [11], in connection with drones route planning. TPM is an innovative approach to deal with capacity allocation that uses a market mechanism to assign rights to users of a particular resource [9].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As a result, the price of the permit for each time is determined by market mechanism, which is equivalent to the toll of the first best pricing. Akamatsu (2007) proved that the equilibrium solution under the TBP scheme is the same as the solution of the social optimum traffic assignment. Therefore, the social cost can be minimized in a general network by using the TBP scheme.…”
Section: Congestion Pricingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Until now, many methods have been proposed to reduce the traffic congestion in both static and dynamic cases, including (1) economic policies, e.g., congestion pricing (Pigou, 1920;Evans, 1992;Yang and Huang, 2005;Laval et al, 2015;Daganzo and Lehe, 2015); tradable credits (Yang and Wang, 2011;Akamatsu and Wada, 2017;Lahlou and Wynter, 2017); rewards (Rouwendal et al, 2012); transit subsidy (Parry and Small, 2009); parking pricing (D'Acierno et al, 2006); and (2) engineering control schemes, e.g., speed limits (Knoop et al, 2010;Yang et al, 2012;Chen and Ahn, 2015); ramp metering (Papageorgiou and Kotsialos, 2002); license plate rationing (Nie, 2017); lane control (Dahlgren, 1998;Daganzo and Cassidy, 2008;Fosgerau, 2011) and so on. Although the popular congestion pricing schemes have been implemented in some cities, there are still a long way toward eliminating the public's reluctance to accept tolls.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%