Air, High Speed Rail, or Highway: A Cost Comparison in the California Corridor

@inproceedings{Levinson1999AirHS,
  title={Air, High Speed Rail, or Highway: A Cost Comparison in the California Corridor},
  author={David Levinson and Adib Kanafani and David Gillen},
  year={1999}
}
This study evaluates the full cost of three modes of intercity transportation: air, highway, and high speed rail for the California Corridor, connecting the Los Angeles Basin and the San Francisco Bay Area in order to compare the economic implications of investment in, or expansion of, any of these three modes. In this study we include estimates of four types of external, social costs: accidents, congestion, noise, and air pollution. Based on the results, we find that the full cost of air… CONTINUE READING

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