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Road Pricing Context

OBJECTIVES

SCHEME DESIGN

TECHNOLOGY

BUSINESS SYSTEMS

Prediction

PREDICTION

TRAFFIC EFFECTS

ENVIRONMENT

ECONOMY

EQUITY

Appraisal

APPRAISAL

Decision Making

ACCEPTABILITY

TRANSFERABILITY

Implementation and Evaluation

EVALUATION

IMPLEMENTATION

Case Studies

Bergen

Bologna

Bristol

Cambridge

Durham

Dutch National Case

Edinburgh

London

Manchester

Milan

Nord-Jaeren

Oslo

Rome

Stockholm

The Hague

Trondheim



Urban Road User Charging Online Knowledge Base

Implementation Process

Barriers

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

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.

Read more about IMPLEMENTATION on these case studies: London | Rome | Stockholm | Oslo | Bristol | The Hague | Durham | Edinburgh | Bologna | Milan | Bergen | Cambridge | Dutch National Case | Manchester | Nord-Jaeren | Trondheim | (List All)