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Traffic Congestion and Land Use Regulations: Theory and Policy Analysis explores why, when, where and how land use regulations are utilized in cities to address road transportation congestion. The book shows how to design optimal density and zonal regulations for efficient traffic flow in cities, examines land use regulations using optimal control theory, and offers detailed insights into the mechanisms behind optimal regulations and techniques for exploring spatial optimal policies. Discussions from this book will help highlight the practical usefulness of land use regulations for the maximization of urban social welfare.
- Uniquely explores land use regulations and traffic congestion from both theoretical and applied perspectives
- Reviews and summarizes the most recent academic research in urban economics, land use management and transportation congestion
- Demonstrates important, but less commonly used regulations, such as minimum floor area regulations
- Provides insights on how to construct smarter cities using the latest research in land use regulations
Academic researchers, practitioners and policy makers in transportation planning, economics, management, modelling, and policy making
2. Necessity of a minimum floor area regulation
3. Differences in optimal land use regulation between a closed city and an open city
4. Optimal land use regulation in a static city and a growing city
5. Optimal land use regulations in a city with business areas
6. Introducing cordon pricing to the regulated city
7. Road investment evaluation under land use regulation
8. Changes with future ICT technologies and future studies
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- © Elsevier 2019
- 16th August 2019
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Tatsuhito Kono is Professor of Information Sciences at Tohoku University. He researches transportation, urban economics, land use regulation, property tax, transportation toll policies, and spatial analysis of cities. His work has been published in Journal of Urban Economics, Regional Science and Urban Economics, Journal of Housing Economics, and Journal of Economic Geography.
Professor of Information Sciences, Graduate School of Information Sciences, Tohoku University, Japan
Kirti Joshi is Assistant Professor of Engineering at Tribhuvan University. His work has been published in Regional Science and Urban Economics, Journal of Housing Economics, and Journal of Economic Geography.
Assistant Professor of Engineering, Tribhuvan University