Economic Aspects of ITS Improvements for Delaware: A Brief Review
Brown, Daniel T.
Center for Applied Demography & Survey Research
In this brief article, we describe some of the main implications that economic theory and applications have on the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). The intention is to provide a brief exposure to the theoretical details and practical implications regarding supply, demand, and traffic congestion, the value of time, the value of reliability, the cost of pollution.
The Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) , Supply, demand, and traffic congestion , The value of time , The value of reliability , The cost of pollution