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Viewpoint: Issue 518 24 Apr 2009

Cambridge should be a testbed for a voluntary road pricing scheme to cut traffic congestion

Gabriel Roth, Economist

The Cambridgeshire Transport Commission currently examining proposals for congestion pricing in Cambridgeshire has a great opportunity to recommend reforms that could, if accepted, rationalise road pricing not only there but in the whole of Britain.

GPS-based technology can now identify specific road charges on each link of a complete road network, having regard to the time, distance and place of travel. It can, without violating travellers’ privacy, assess charges for the use of...

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