Hello everyone. During this chapter, we talked about road problems and their possible equilibrum of pareto and nash. But I think that an interesting modification to the model would be to take into account that the greater the construction and connection of the route, although there are fewer congestion problems, there will also be higher costs due to the pollution carried out. I found this article that talks about the government of Mexico City and its construction in public policy on transportation and mobility, but advises that they should spend their money better due to the high costs of pollution.
my question is: Would this modify the nash equilibrium or pareto equilibrium, would be a lower equilibrium than seen in class due to pollution costs? or would it be the same equilibrum?
I attach the article of “The economist” that I found about it.