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The more stringent, the better ? rationing car use in Bogota with moderate and drastic restrictions (English)

Rationing car use based on license plate number has become a popular policy in several cities around the world to address traffic congestion and air pollution. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS7846 OCT 03, 2016

Bonilla,Jorge A. Disclosed

Fiscal policy instruments for reducing congestion and atmospheric emissions in the transport sector : a review (English)

This paper reviews the literature on the fiscal policy instruments commonly used to reduce transport sector externalities. The findings show that congestion charges would reduce vehicle traffic by 9 to 12 percent and significantly improve environmental quality. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS4652 JUN 01, 2008

Timilsina, Govinda R.; Dulal, Hari B. Disclosed

Nigeria - Lagos Urban Transport Project : procurement plan (English)

Procurement Plan 42370 JAN 29, 2008

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Transmission investment in competitive power systems : decentralizing decisions in Argentina (English)

Recent power outages in Argentina are largely the result of transmission problems that could be solved by more investment. Private concessionaires now operate the main and regional networks, but they are under no obligation to expand capacity. ... See More +

Viewpoint 54115 SEP 01, 1999

Abdala, Manuel Angel; Chambouleyron, Andres Disclosed

The World Bank research observer 3 (2) (English)

Charging for roads. The value-added tax and developing countries. Indexation and stabilization : theory and experience. Entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship in Africa. ... See More +

Publication 17500 JUL 31, 1988

Newbery, David M.; Shoup, Carl; McNelis, Paul D.; Elkan, Walter; Kannappan, Subbiah

Charging for roads (English)

This article discusses two theoretical methods of measuring road use costs and designing a system of road user charges. The first states that road damage externalities are zero and road damage costs are equal to the traffic-related fraction of maintenance expenditure. ... See More +

Journal Article 8734 JUL 31, 1988

Newberry, David M.