Joseph E. Haring's research while affiliated with University of Vienna and other places

Publications (3)

Article
This paper extends a recent von Thünen-type model of urban structure by Mills to include two competing forms of transportation, and then compares simulated representative American and European cities with respect to size, density, and land rents. Assuming consumers minimize costs in choosing between competing travel modes, the 19-equation model dem...
Article
A general theorem for the analysis of transport modal choices is derived and applied to a representative bus- versus-auto modal choice. Other applications of the model are also discussed, including analysis of the demand for freeways versus local streets, choices between jitneys and taxis, and interurban travel by air versus rail. Comparisons are d...

Citations

... The linear monocentric city is widely used to analyze a system with multiple transportation modes. Haring et al. (1976) firstly studied the "simple solution" of the user equilibrium with various traffic modes, a continuum of entry points and a single exit point on a corridor. Jehiel (1993) proved the existence properties of "simple solution" under the condition that the capacities of two congested modes are constant. ...
... As is the case in most urban and suburban centres within the KMDA, we find that socio-economic occupancy varies. However, transport links have been designated as a factor that reduces land rent differentials as propounded by Mills (Haring et al., 1976). Alternate transportation networks or well-developed transport means play a vital role in determining land use and transit patterns. ...
... The authors representing this first trend are Walters (1961), whose survey, completed by Johnson (1964), opened a long line of studies, among which are to be found Beesley and Roth (1962), Roth (1965Roth ( & 1967, Lave (1969), Vickrey (1971), Chapman, Slobko and Haring (1975), Kraus, Mohring and Pinfold (1976), Boardman and Lave (1977), Dewees (1979) and Newbery (1989). ...