Importance Monopoly and Importance Competition on the Urban Network Infrastructure (Case study: Public transportation lane No.10 and 96 of Mashhad bus system)

Document Type: Original Article

Authors

1 Faculty of Architecture, Urbanism and Islamic Art, Ferdosi University, Mashhad, Iran

2 urban planning and design, canada

Abstract

Urban long-lived basic facilities and facilities, which are necessary for the national economy of a country and serve only indirectly the production are the pillars and the backbone of cities and play a vital role in any development such as mobility, housing, energy, portable water, sanitation and communication and all similar facilities. So far, there would be no development without good quality and sufficient infrastructure. Traffic development as an important infrastructure has a major impact on the urban economy, sustainability, future viability and traffic is therefore a major concern for urban operators around the world.
This paper aims to clarify our understanding of the functioning of competition in the local public transport sector and to evaluate its effectiveness in urban economy and management. Therefore, Mashhad's public bus system, which includes monopoly and competition markets, is selected to provide a conceptual framework to identify the best practices for providing this specific public infrastructure. The main question, therefore, is the role of private sectors and the differences between these two types of markets. In response, I will compare the costs and revenue of both the private sector and the current Mashhad bus to compare maximum efficiency and profits under competitive conditions.
The main question, therefore, is the role of private sectors and the differences between these two types of markets. In response, I will compare the costs and revenue of both the private sector and the current Mashhad bus to compare maximum efficiency and profits under competitive conditions.

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