Much of the current transport policy debate has considered infrastructure charges as a form of "fiscal" instrument for managing transport demand. The Round Table analysed the opportunities for setting infrastructure service prices so that they also provide guidance for policy development.
|Title of host publication||Report of the One Hundred and Thirty Fifth Round Table on Transport Economics|
|Subtitle of host publication||On the Following Topic: Transport Infrastructure Charges and Capacity Choice: Self-Financing Road Maintenance and Construction|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
- transport policy