By Pablo Coto-Millan, Vicente Inglada
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For example, let sF be the maximum free flow speed attainable on a road link, and si be the actual speed achieved by a user i. When si = sF, we can say Gi = G. When si < sF, we can say Gi < G. ) is a monotonic increasing function with initial value h(1)=1. Combining Eq. 31) Eq. 31 can then be ‘calibrated’ from the empirical speed-density information23. 23 Seen in this way, equation (31) is an empirical specification of equation (5) which is estimated or ‘calibrated’ based on the speed-density relationship.
34) or Ta ! , Ta = Ĳasa where sa is the speed along link a and Ĳa ҏis the toll rate (expressed as dollars per unit of speed achievable within link a). Eqs. 35 can be rewritten as: W a sa lva (1 / sb 1 / sa ) or va ! 36a) W a sa ! 36b) where l is the length of the links (assumed to be the same). Given the distribution of users according to their values of time savings v as given by Eq. 21, and the speed-density relationships as defined by Eq. 37) with the values of sa and sb - and hence the corresponding values of na and nb determined via Eq.
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