Efficient access pricing for rail bottlenecks.
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Arlington. http://temis.documentation.developpement-durable.gouv.fr/document.xsp?id=Temis-0052535

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Publié le 01 janvier 2000
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EFFICIENTACCESSPRICINGFORRAILBTTOENELSKCEric Beshers Hagler Bailly Services, Inc, Arlington, VA Prepared for: Volpe National Transportation Systems Center In Support of: Federal Railroad Administration U.S.DEPARTMENT OFTRSPANTAORONTIContract:RFTD57-99-D-00034Task Order: RA 0303 June 1, 2000
NOTICE
This document is disseminated under the sponsorship of the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) in the interest of information exchange. The findings and recommendations of the report are entirely the author's, and do not necessarily represent official FRA/DOT policy. The U.S. Government assumes no liability for its content or use thereof.
EIENTFFICACCESSPRICING FORRAILBLTNECESKTO
TABLE OFCTEONSTN
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ......................................................................................................................................... I
I.INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................................................................1
II. FRAMING THE QUESTION ..............................................................................................................................3
DECREASING-COSTINESRISTDU................................................................................................3................................ THEPOLICYSETTING....5............................................................................................................................................ THEACCESS-PRICINGISSUE......................................6................................................................................................
III. THE EFFICIENT COMPONENT PRICING RULE ........................................................................................8
BORGKCADNU....................................................................................................................................................8....... DEFINING THERULE.................................................10............................................................................................... EVALUATION OF..RPCE..........................................................................................................................01................ TWOALTNAERVETIFORMS OF THEBOEENLKTCTCASE.......................................................1...5................................ REVIEW OF THELTURARETEI61................................................................................................................................... Laffont and Tirole ..............................................................................................................................................17 EconomidesandWhite.......................................................................................................................................18Other Comments on the Literature.....................................................................................................................19
IV. EFFICIENT-COMPONENT PRICING RULE OR STAND-ALONE COST FOR ACCESS PRICING ..21
V. TOTAL ELEMENT LONG-RUN INCREMENTAL COST...........................................................................24
BNDOUGRCKA........2.4................................................................................................................................................ DRIPTIONECS...........................................................42................................................................................................ EVALUATION OF..................................................................2.5..............................................IRLET.......C................ THELERITERATU..............................................................................................................6....2................................... SidakandSpulber..............................................................................................................................................27Kahn, Tardiff, and Weisman ..............................................................................................................................27
BIBLIOGRAPHY......................................................................................................................................................29
APPENDIX................................................................................................................................................................32
FIGURE1 FIGURE2
EFFCIEITNACCESSPRICING FORRAILBTONELTSKCE
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