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by Andre de Palma,Robin Lindsey,Stef Proost

eBook Investment and the use of Tax and Toll Revenues in the Transport Sector, Volume 19 (Research in Transportation Economics) download ISBN: 0762312467
Author: Andre de Palma,Robin Lindsey,Stef Proost
Publisher: JAI Press; 1 edition (June 18, 2007)
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André de Palma, Robin Lindsey and Stef Proost. André de Palma and Robin Lindsey.

André de Palma, Robin Lindsey and Stef Proost. Chapter 2: Transport user charges and cost recovery. Chapter 3: Public finance aspects of transport charging and investments. Stef Proost, Bruno De Borger and Pia Koskenoja. Chapter 4: The contracting of investment and operation, and the management of infrastructure funding bodies. This book brings together both the theory and the current practice of user charges, tolls and revenue use in European countries. It examines public finance aspects such as earmarking, as well as public management aspects of different pricing and revenue use principles.

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Revenues from user charges may also be used to cross subsidize other transport modes. The surplus anticipated on urban roads could be used to fund infrastructure and operation of public transport and/or non-urban roads. A set of guidelines is developed for a better use of toll and tax revenues.

Transport infrastructure developments will depend increasingly on the level of user charges. One reason is the ongoing liberalization of the EU transport sector, especially for air and rail. Another is the trend towards implementing tolls and other user charges on roads.

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The problems related to the use of revenues from tolling and charging in. .de Palma, André & Lindsey, Robin & Proost, Stef, 2007.

These range from the optimal level of user charges to the optimal allocation of the revenues and the appropriate choice of institutions to accomplish this. The theoretical contributions and the case studies of the book are briefly outlined.

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Transport infrastructure developments will depend increasingly on the level of user charges. One reason is the ongoing liberalization of the EU transport sector, especially for air and rail. Another is the trend towards implementing tolls and other user charges on roads. It is expected that user charges will progressively replace government subsidies for infrastructure expansion and maintenance. Revenues from user charges may also be used to cross subsidize other transport modes. The surplus anticipated on urban roads could be used to fund infrastructure and operation of public transport and/or non-urban roads.This book brings together both the theory and the current practice of user charges, tolls and revenue use in European countries. It examines public finance aspects such as earmarking, as well as public management aspects of different pricing and revenue use principles. A set of guidelines is developed for a better use of toll and tax revenues. The set of guidelines is tested with a new cost benefit tool in case studies that cover France, Germany, Norway , Switzerland and the UK.Research in Transportation Economics is now available online at ScienceDirect ― full-text online of volumes 6 onwards.