Found 2 article(s) for author 'Jose Gomez-Ibanez'

Open Access to Infrastructure Networks: The Experience of Railroads

Open Access to Infrastructure Networks: The Experience of Railroads. Jose Gomez-Ibanez, June 1, 2016,┬áPaper, “Many countries have restructured their railroads and other network industries to require that network providers grant access to independent companies. The potential benefit is to introduce competition among the access users, while the potential cost is to reduce coordination between the network provider and the access users. The experiences of railroads in Australia, Europe, and North America caution that coordination costs are likely to be high when the access provider/user interface is technically complex, the network is close to capacity, the access users are heterogeneous, there is little reciprocity between providers and users, and the access grants are broad.Link

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Congestion in Rapidly Growing Cities: Lessons from Jakarta, Ho Chi Minh City and Mumbai

Congestion in Rapidly Growing Cities: Lessons from Jakarta, Ho Chi Minh City and Mumbai. Jose Gomez-Ibanez, October 9, 2013, Video. “Professor Jose Gomez-Ibanez collects cities, “and I’ll keep collecting until a find a solution to congestion,” he said. The Harvard professor of urban planning and public policy recently spoke at Volpe’s Straight from the Source series, where he revealed his insights on urbanization, modal shift, and congestion. Drawing particularly from his research in cities such as Jakarta, Ho Chi Minh City, and Mumbai, Gomez-Ibanez pointed to the inherent conflict between…” Link verified August 21, 2014

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