Tarification routière avec accent sur le financement, la régulation et les capitaux (Cancún, Mexique, 11-13 avril 2005)

Ce séminaire international était organisé par les comités techniques de l'AIPCR :

  • C1.1 (Aspects économiques des réseaux routiers),
  • C1.2 (Financement des investissement dans les réseaux routiers).

ACTES DU SÉMINAIRE (disponibles en anglais ou en espagnol)

TITLES

 PRESENTATIONS

 PROGRAMME AND INTRODUCTION

 Programme of the Seminar

English

Spanish

 Introduction : Fabien Leurent, Chair, C1.1

Slides

 PIARC ST1: Sherri Y. Alston, Chair, C1.2

Slides

 SESSION 1: USER RESPONSES AND TRAFFIC IMPACTS
Chairman: Jim March (PIARC C1.1, USA)

 1.1

The New Jersey Turnpike Road Pricing Initiative: Analysis of Traffic Impacts. Kaan Ozbay, State University of New Jersey

Paper

 Slides

 1.2  The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Road Pricing Initiative: User Impacts. Jose Holguin-Veras, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (by Kaan Ozbay)

Paper

Slides

 1.3

Cost Estimation of Traffic Externalities for Determination of Tolls in New Highways. Alberto Mendoza, Instituto Mexicano del Transporte (in Spanish)

Paper

Slides

 1.4

 Congestion pricing on a road network: a study using the dynamic equilibrium simulator METROPOLIS. André de Palma (Université de Cergy-Pontoise and ENPC), Moez Kilani (Université du Centre de Sousse), and Robin Lindsey (University of Alberta)

Paper

Slides

 SESSION 2: IMPACTS AND THE EQUITY ISSUE 
Chairman: Alan Clark (PIARC C1.1, Scotland)

 2.1  Urban Tolling in Norway - Practical Experiences, Social and Environmental Impacts and Plans for Future systems. Kristian Wærsted, Norwegian Public Roads

Paper

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 2.2

 UK Road Pricing Feasibility Study: Modelling the Impacts. Alex McFarlane, UK Department for Transport

Paper

Slides

 2.3

 New Toll Road vs. Tolling Existing Motorways in Metro Washington:Alternatives, Impacts, and Implications for Public Transport and Equity. Michael Replogle, Environmental Defense, USA

Paper

Slides

 2.4

Quantitative Welfare Analysis of Road Pricing/Toll Pricing -Post Evaluation. Hisayoshi Morisugi, GraduateSchool of Information Sciences Tohoku University, Japan

Paper

Slides

 SESSION 3: MANAGING FOR ACCEPTABILITY 
Chairman: Barry Moore (PIARC C1.1, Australia)
 3.1

Users' attitudes towards toll financing - a cross section assessment of Norwegian toll systems. Anne Kjerkreit, James Odeck, Norwegian Public Road administration

Paper

Slides

 3.2

 An offer you can't refuse: an introduction to how the Norwegian toll rings came through. Jon-Terje Bekken and Oddgeir Osland, Institute of Transport Economics, Norway

Paper

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 3.3

 Congestion Charging in Edinburgh- a gestation with complications. Kirsty Lewin and John Saunders, Scottish Executive and tie ltd

Paper

Slides

 3.4

Toll Pricing in Texas: adjusting to a new Paradigm in Transportation. Oscar Correal (CandM Associates) and Cal y Mayor (Mexico)

Paper

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 SESSION 4: COMMERCIAL TRAFFIC AND CHARGING SYSTEMS
Chairman: Jorge Acha Daza (Instituto Mexicano del Transporte, Mexico)

 4.1

 The Acceptability of Road Charges for Commercial Transit Traffic. Heike Link and Louise Stewart-Ladewig, DIW Berlin

Paper

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 4.2

 Incentives for the transfer of the road freight transport to the toll road network. Eric Moreno Quintero, Instituto Mexicano del Transporte, Mexico (in Spanish)

Paper

Slides

 4.3

 Tolling systems in Mexico: homologation and interoperability issues. Alfonso de la Parra, Unidad de Autopistas de Cuota, Mexico (in Spanish)

Paper

Slides

 4.4

 Road Pricing in Urban Hazardous Materials Transportation: a practical assessment. Rodrigo A. Garrido and Andrés Bronfman, Department of Transport Engineering, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Paper

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 SESSION 5: ROAD PRICING SCHEMES AND DEMAND MANAGEMENT
Chairman: Curtis Berthelot (PIARC C1.2, Canada)

 5.1

HOT Lanes on Interstate 15 in San Diego: Technology, Impacts and Equity Issues. Janusz Supernak, San Diego State University, USA

Paper

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 5.2

 Toll Collection in Austria- Implementation of an electronic system on an existing motorway network. Friedrich Schwarz-Herda, Ministry of transport, innovation and technology, Austria

Paper

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 5.3

 The Effect of Flexible Tolling on Highways. Sachio Muto, Road Bureau, Japan

Paper

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 5.4  Can people respond to complex pricing signals? Peter Bonsall, ITS Leeds, UK

Paper

Slides

 SESSION 6: ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF CONGESTION CHARGING
Chairman: Guillermo Torres Vargas (Instituto Mexicano del Transporte, Mexico)

 6.1

 Congestion charging in central London. Peter Crane, Mott MacDonald, UK

Paper

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 6.2

The London Congestion Charge: a Tentative Economic Appraisal. Rémy Prud'Homme, University of Paris-Créteil, France

Paper

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 6.3 London Congestion charging and urban tolling in Chile: contrasts and lessons on fairness and project finance. Luis Willumsen, Steer Davies Gleave, UK

Paper

Slides

 6.4

Comparing Urban Road Pricing Implementation and Management Strategies from the UK and Norway. Petros Ieromonachou, Faculty of Technology, The Open University, Walton Hall, UK

Paper

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 SESSION 7: FUNDING AND POLICY ISSUES
Chairman: Rémy Prud'homme (University of Paris-Créteil, France)

 7.1

Tolling on the Hungarian Motorway Network. Árpád G Siposs, State Motorway Managing Co. Ltd, Hungary

Paper

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 7.2

 Criteria to formulate toll policies in the transportation sector. Oscar Correal (CandM Associates) and Cal y Mayor (Mexico) (in Spanish)

Paper

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 7.3

European Union policy in road charging. Alain Fayard, French Department for Transport

Paper

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 7.4

 Economic appraisal of pricing policies in the European Union. Emile Quinet, ENPC-CERAS, France

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 7.5

 Determination of optimal tolls for the Mexican toll road network. Santiago Rico-Galindo, Unidad de Autopistas de Cuota, Mexico (in Spanish)

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