Topic : congestion mitigation

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How congestion pricing, MaaS, and new transit policies will benefit all

| March 17, 2019

By working in tandem, these elements will result in better public transportation infrastructure, more egalitarian access to transit options, affordable or free services, and a healthier environment.

L.A. Metro to explore congestion pricing, taxing ride-hailing companies

Management & Operations| March 1, 2019

The board also voted to continue work on the Twenty-Eight by ’28 Initiative, which seeks ways to accelerate the delivery of 28 major projects before the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Management & Operations| December 10, 2018

LA Metro CEO endorses congestion pricing to fund free fares

Rush-hour tolls on drivers could potentially fund free fares on public transit by the time the 2028 Olympics hit town, Phil Washington said.

Mobility| April 10, 2017

New MIT study will explore future of transportation

Study examines how developments in technology, fuel, infrastructure, policy, and consumer preference will drive changes in future transportation.

Mobility| November 15, 2016

EXCLUSIVE: Europe's Air Pollution Issues and Some Cities' Solutions

Much of the impact of pollution has been as a result of waves of industry and resource extraction and processing, but much is also as a result of our lifestyle choices and, in particular, the choices that we have made in terms of mobility.

Management & Operations| February 24, 2015

Pub Perspective: A British Viewpoint

It is both an honor and a humbling experience to be taking the reins of this editorial page and, more broadly, METRO Magazine itself — which (in its many iterations) has been keeping the public transportation industry informed for more than 100 years.

Bus| May 2, 2013

King County Metro may cut service if funds expire

Could be forced to eliminate 65 bus routes and reduce service on 86 others if the state Legislature fails to approve new revenue sources this session. Authorization for a temporary two-year Congestion Reduction Charge that would fully fund the transit agency will soon expire.
Accessibility| May 30, 2012

Report: Smart transportation systems to continue growth

The area of heaviest investment will be traffic management systems, including traveler information, congestion charging, and adaptive signaling.
Bus| January 27, 2011

Seattle lawmakers propose $30 congestion fee

A state representative has gotten 30 co-sponsors for a bill that would allow transit agencies to impose a "congestion reduction charge" per year on car-tabs in three area counties. If approved, the bill could bring in an estimated $38 million a year for King County Metro.
Bus| April 13, 2010

Cashless tolling offers U.S. cities weapon against urban congestion

Jack Finn is national director of toll services for HNTB Corp.

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