Congestion Pricing News of the World

We can barely keep up with the international congestion pricing headlines these days:

  • Mumbai, India to Charge Fees for Driving (Mumbai Newsline)
  • Finland: Half of Helsinki Backs Congestion Charge (Newsroom Finland)
  • New Zealand: Pricing Could Ease Traffic Jams, New Study Suggests (Scoop)
  • Singapore: LTA to Expand Electronic Road Pricing (Channel NewsAsia)
  • Charleston E-ZPass Bill Sets the Table for a Toll Hike (Register – Herald)
  • Innovation Needed, Congestion Pricing, Not More Roads, an Answer (SF Chron)
  • Mary Peters: Forget Gas Taxes, Charge for Road Use Instead (Washington Post)
  • Value Pricing Project Quarterly Report (Transportation Research Board)
  • Strategies for Making Existing Road Infrastructure Perform Better (GAO)
  • Principles of Efficient Congestion Pricing by William Vickrey (Columbia U., 1992)

Thanks to Roger Herz.

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