Special Issue on the Evolution of Transportation Network Infrastructure in Networks and Spatial Economics: Volume 9, Issue 3 (2009)

A special issue of Networks and Spatial Economics on the Evolution of Transportation Network Infrastructure, for which I was the editor, is now out. Many thanks to my co-authors and the journal for making this happen. (I cannot however see the final version, as it is behind a pay-wall and my university does not yet subscribe to the journal. I have read all of the articles though, and it is well worth reading if you do have access).

Introduction to the Special Issue on the Evolution of Transportation Network Infrastructure
David Levinson
289-290

Modeling the Growth of Transportation Networks: A Comprehensive Review
Feng Xie and David Levinson
291-307

Inter-Modal Network Externalities and Transport Development: Evidence from Roads, Canals, and Ports During the English Industrial Revolution
Dan Bogart
309-338

The Efficiency of the Victorian British Railway Network: A Counterfactual Analysis
Mark Casson
339-378

Graph-Theoretical Analysis of the Swiss Road and Railway Networks Over Time
Alexander Erath, Michael Löchl and Kay W. Axhausen
379-400

Co-evolution of Density and Topology in a Simple Model of City Formation
Marc Barthélemy and Alessandro Flammini
401-425

The Topology of Transportation Networks: A Comparison Between Different Economies
Efrat Blumenfeld-Lieberthal
427-458

Jurisdictional Control and Network Growth
Feng Xie and David Levinson
459-483

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Assessing the Benefits and Costs of Intelligent Transportation Systems

Financing Transportation Networks

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