One of the great missed opportunities of recent years is the Tacoma Narrows Bridge expansion. It’s the first major tolled road built anywhere in Cascadia in more than a decade, yet it won’t be tolled in conformance with internationally accepted congestion pricing practices. The tolls won’t vary with traffic volume. They’ll be a flat rate day and night: the effect will be to slow traffic and give tolls a bad name.
Good Tolls and Bad Tolls
This article was written 19+ years ago
This article is part of the series Congestion Pricing
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