Part I : externalities and economic policies in road transport
Road transport imposes negative externalities on society. These externalities include environmental and road damage, accidents, congestion and oil dependence. The cost of these externalities to society is in general not reflected in the current market prices in the road transport sector., , An efficient mobility model for the future must take into account the true costs of transport and its regulatory framework will need to create incentives for people to make sustainable transport choices. T...Expand abstract
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