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Politicians may ask themselves: why pay for good behavior? “We do not reward people that do not steel.” Also, congestion charging can include fundraising for new infrastructures. Finally, the recommendation to only reward a selected group can face practical equity problems.
Drivers participated on a voluntary basis. It is not clear to what extent this fact should influence expectations of a larger rewarding scheme. The first volunteers may be easily able to (or interested in) adjust(ing) their behavior.
Implementing a rewarding scheme seems the best solution to be pushed and led by private parties, funded by government, and evaluated by universities.
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