Book review: Harry Richardson and Chang-Hee Christine Bae (2008) Road Congestion Pricing in Europe: Implications for the United States
Road pricing has a long and checkered history with many failed attempts interspersed by a small number of successes around the world. A question at the forefront of research and policy is whether the successes and failures hold useful lessons for designing and implementing roadpricing schemes in other countries and cities. Road Congestion Pricing in Europe (RCPE) provides a welcome and informative contribution to the debate.
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