The role of user charges for infrastructure maintenance costs

Show simple item record Kudláčková, Nina 2010-11-05T12:17:03Z 2010-11-05T12:17:03Z 2010
dc.identifier.isbn 978-80-7395-245-7
dc.description.abstract The increasing importance of maintenance has led to research questions on ways of charging infrastructure users and mobilisation of funds for maintenance activities. Technological developments help to bring advanced and differentiated schemes of infrastructure charging closer. For long distance transport, charging road use in one country may well lead to changes in competitive positions of countries. The system of road user charges introduced in one country might change the competitive positron of the neighbouring country. The other dimension of competition is between various transport modes. Depending on the various origin-destination submarkets, there may be substantial competition between transport modes. This calls for an integrated approach to infrastructure Charles in order to ovoid equity problems. This article focuses on these problems from the European point of view. eng
dc.format p. 337-343 eng
dc.language.iso eng
dc.publisher Univerzita Pardubice cze
dc.rights open access eng
dc.subject transport user eng
dc.subject transport user charges eng
dc.subject infrastructure maintenance costs eng
dc.title The role of user charges for infrastructure maintenance costs eng
dc.type ConferenceObject
dc.event 5th International Scientific Conference "Theoretical and Practical Issues in Transport" (11-12 February 2010, Pardubice, Czech Republic) eng

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