Governments have spent billions widening and expanding highways, resulting in even more traffic, according to a Transportation for America report.
Congestion pricing could fund free transit, according to LA Metro CEO Phil Washington, which he said is a "lofty goal," but still a beneficial one to pursue.
Traffic-choked cities like Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Portland, Ore. may be emboldened by New York’s decision to give congestion pricing a try.
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Instead of spending ever more on roads, we can learn from Vancouver's use of congestion as a 'friend' in managing the development of transport networks and of the city itself.
Proposals also include restricting traffic on secondary streets and widening footpaths
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The cab companies account for traffic increases in major US cities, but most congestion still comes from personal cars and commercial vehicles, the companies’ joint study shows.
Beyond benefits for the neighborhood as it exists today, congestion pricing also offers the opportunity to reevaluate street design for lower traffic volume requirements. Asked whether CB4 ...
Do the anti-car folks have it right—is the brighter future one that forgoes cars in favor of even more sustainable and healthy modes of transportation?
Can cities be like an app store for mobility services, creating rules of engagement to make mobility work better? Some city leaders think so. Read more.