2017 Volume 73 Issue 5 Pages I_163-I_181
Urban transport projects generate not only direct effects such as transport required time reducing benefits but also indirect effects such as effects of location change or creation of jobs, expansion of firm products and household incomes. The CUE (Computable Urban Economic) model has been developed to evaluate influences of location change. However the CUE model has a issue that can not evaluate the effects of creation of jobs or expansion of firm products and household incomes, because, in the CUE model, only land markets are taken into consideration without considering other goods or factors markets. In this paper, we built the integrating model of CGE and CUE modelling and applied to evaluate benefits of the Ring Road Projects in Nagoya. We measured the incidence benefits of each zone included the effects that is generated by job creation or expansion of firms products and household incomes.