London Congestion Charging

Congestion pricing concepts are making a comeback.  Cordon pricing was briefly considered by New York City and San Francisco as a part of the Urban Partnership Agreement program in the mid 2000’s.  However, various reasons caused both communities to cease their planned deployment. Recently, though, new studies have emerged evaluating the concept.  As reported, Washington

Gothenburg, Sweden

Since the successful implementation of cordon pricing in Stockholm and London, other European cities have looked to cordon pricing (and other forms of congestion pricing) to reduce traffic in urban cores, produce revenue for transit, and affect modal change.  According to new findings, the Gothenburg (Sweden) congestion pricing program has proven to be just as

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