Tag: congestion

Five Things to Know About Congestion Pricing in NYC

Congestion Pricing — the infamous urban traffic reduction tool, utilized by London, Singapore and Stockholm — has been approved for usage in New York City. NLC’s new report, Making Space: Congestion Pricing in Cities, details both the existing global congestion pricing programs and what we know about the one in New York City. On March

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Weighing the Effects of Public Buy-In

Earlier this month, residents in the Atlanta region voted down a 10- year, 1 percent sales tax measure which would have raised about $7.2 billion dollars for the region’s transportation plan.  Now without that anticipated revenue, stakeholders may have to rely on other strategies such as tolling to relieve the region’s congestion issues and new rail

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