f you’re against congestion pricing, it just means you prefer to have bad traffic than to make the tradeoffs required to improve it.

“Transportation Planners Know How to Fix Traffic, But the Public Just Doesn’t Want Them To.” latimes, 17.03.16.


related: “Lessons From London After 10 Years of the Congestion Charge.” streetsblog, 15.02.13. photo: flickr/mariordo59

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