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Overcoming the barriers to implementing urban road user charging schemes

By A.D. May, Andrew Koh, D. Blackledge and M. Fioretto

Abstract

Urban road user charging offers the potential to achieve significant improvements in urban transport, but is notoriously difficult to implement. Cities need guidance on the range of factors to be considered in planning and implementing such schemes. This paper summarises the results of a 3 year programme which has collated evidence on the issues of most concern to cities. A state of the art report has provided evidence on 14 themes, ranging from objectives and design to implementation and evaluation. A set of 16 case studies has reviewed experience in design and implementation across Europe. The paper summarises their findings, provides references to more detailed information, presents the resulting policy recommendations to European, national and local government, and outlines the areas in which further research is needed

Publisher: Springer
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.whiterose.ac.uk:10687

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