interesting blog post on congestion pricing
At the Smart Growth for Conservatives blog, analyst Michael Brown has written a series of interesting posts about congestion pricing, most recently one on how to make congestion pricing (that is, tolling highways during peak periods to reduce congestion) sound appealing to the general public. He also suggests that congestion pricing will increase transit ridership and reduce driving, because congestion pricing will encourage people to avoid car travel in peak periods, and because revenues from congestion pricing could be used to support transit. Each of his posts contains links to his other posts.
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