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Traffic Congestion: Road Pricing Can Help Reduce Congestion, but Equity Concerns May Grow
Phil Herr (au)
Many Americans spend frustrating hours each year stuck in traffic. Traffic congestion costs the U.S. $200 billion each year; more than 1/4 of total annual travel time in metro areas occurs in congested conditions. Congestion pricing -- assessing tolls that vary with the level of congestion or time of day -- aims to motivate drivers to share rides, use transit, travel at less congested times, or pay to use tolled lanes. Since the first U.S. congestion pricing project opened in 1995, 19 project sponsors have 41 pricing projects in operation or under construction. This report examined: (1) the fed. role in supporting congestion pricing; (2) results of U.S. congestion pricing projects; and (3) emerging issues in congestion pricing. Charts and tables. A print on demand report.
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