“‘Politically what makes sense is money that is being paid by these New Jersey residents should go to improve transit services between the two states,’ said Philip Plotch, principal researcher at the Washington-based Eno Center for Transportation (and a resident of Gottheimer’s district).”
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May 26, 2023 – A battle is brewing across the Hudson River and in the halls of Congress between New York and New Jersey over congestion pricing. Two legislators, one from each state, put forth their arguments.
May 26, 2023 – The Congestion Tax is nothing more than a $23-a-day cash grab to fund the terribly mismanaged MTA, and it will increase pollution and traffic while defunding the Port Authority and threatening mass transit capital projects.
May 26, 2023 – There really aren’t any cons on congestion pricing, yes, it will be an adjustment for people, but we will get safer streets and cleaner air.
“Singapore, London, and Stockholm each saw drops in vehicle emissions after congestion pricing was introduced”—in these cases, the cordon scheme—according to the Eno Center for Transportation.
February 12, 2021 – Earlier this week, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced the start of their much-anticipated project to tackle the region’s infamous traffic congestion problem.
September 11, 2020 – Equity should be addressed in both the process of developing congestion pricing strategies and in the design of the policy itself. This article provides a recap of our recent Congestion Pricing and Equity webinar, including questions for the panelists we did not have the time to address.
Congestion pricing is an idea that has broad support from transportation practitioners. However, many elected officials and members of the general public are skeptical that these charges, which would apply […]
June 26, 2020 – The House surface transportation bill includes new language on congestion pricing, a topic Eno is closely tracking.
Eno’s Brianne Eby participated in a Talking Headways podcast to discuss Eno’s latest Congestion Pricing research report.