A bilevel multi-objective road pricing model for economic, environmental and health sustainability

Wang, Judith Y. T. and Ehrgott, Matthias and Dirks, Kim N. and Abhishek, Gupta (2014) A bilevel multi-objective road pricing model for economic, environmental and health sustainability. Transportation Research Procedia, 3. pp. 393-402. ISSN 2352-1465

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Abstract

We propose a bilevel multi-objective approach to optimise tolls in a road network. Multiple objectives have been considered at either the upper or lower level in the literature but not both. We consider three objectives at the upper level: minimising system travel time; total vehicle emissions; and negative health impacts, modelled as the level of pollutant uptake. For the lower level, we adopt a time surplus maximisation bi-objective user equilibrium model, assuming all users have two objectives: minimising travel time and toll. The complete bilevel optimisation problem is solved using a combination of a metaheuristic and a classical optimisation algorithm.

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Journal Article
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Transportation Research Procedia
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80950
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15 Sep 2016 14:20
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Yes
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Published
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16 Sep 2020 03:14