Fair and efficient pricing has become increasingly important in international environmental and transport policy. Thus the valuation and internalization of social costs is now a crucial element within strategies towards sustainable mobility. The book provides methods and results from major European and American studies evaluating both social costs of transport and first experiences with their internationalisation in different contexts: infrastructure planning, urban road pricing and highway tolling. Additionally, complementary non-monetary instruments for a transition towards sustainable mobility are presented and discussed.
Rennings, Klaus, O. Hohmeyer und R.L. Ottinger (2000), Social Costs and Sustainable Mobility. Strategies and Experiences in Europe and the United States, Bd. 7, Heidelberg.