More Articles for congestion pricing

Variable pricing: A case study

Better Roads Staff - Apr 03, 2013

Variable pricing: A case study

Inside the highway and bridge industries By John Latta, jlatta@randallreilly.com Using different tolls for different times of day and for different vehicles is an increasingly common consideration for agencies facing gridlock or suffocating congestion on a regular basis. It’s a still a work ...

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Congestion pricing thins carpoolers on SF Bay Bridge

John Latta - Mar 12, 2013

Ironically, vehicles carrying a lot of people are taken off the road by congestion pricing more than vehicles with just a driver. At least in San Francisco. Peak period tolls on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge went up  in summer of ...

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L.A.'s new 14 miles of tolls won't solve infrastructure problem

Tina Grady Barbaccia - Feb 28, 2013

L.A.'s new 14 miles of tolls won't solve infrastructure problem

The Los Angeles Times reports that 14 miles of new tolled "HOT lanes" (high-occupancy travel lanes) have opened opened on the San Bernardino Freeway as part of a trial program to see if letting drivers traveling alone will pay to ...

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"Congestion pricing" now at work on L.A. jamways

John Latta - Feb 25, 2013

"Congestion pricing" now at work on L.A. jamways

If they can make it here they'll make it anywhere, its up to you L.A. L.A. Los Angeles County's has opened 14 miles of express lanes on the San Bernardino Freeway. Back in November it was the city's Harbor Freeway that ...

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Financial District

Better Roads Staff - Mar 20, 2012

Financial District

HOT Time in the Old Town Tonight ( … and early morning and late afternoon) Varying tolls to control congestion works. Sort of. Sometimes. Congestion pricing cuts congestion. It’s true. But it’s not an entirely complete statement, because there are factors that ...

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