SPUR Lunchtime Forum: A New Tool for Congestion Pricing

“Economist and transportation activist Charles Komanoff has created a traffic-analysis model that calculates the impact of congestion tolls and transit fares on New York City traffic speeds, gridlock costs and agency revenues at different times of day. Join the author for a presentation and discussion of his model and the prospects for implementing congestion pricing in New York and San Francisco.”

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SFCTA to Test Variable Road Pricing on Treasure Island

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Treasure Island will serve as San Francisco’s proving grounds for road pricing that adjusts in response to traffic conditions, as the city looks to minimize Bay Bridge car congestion generated by residents expected to move to the development site. When the first housing units on the artificial mid-bay island, formerly owned by the Navy, are occupied in 2019, the SF County Transportation […]