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A Domestic Scan of Congestion Pricing and Managed Lanes
  • Published Date:
    2009-04-01
  • Language:
    English
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  • Publication/ Report Number:
    FHWA-HEP-09-044
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  • Abstract:
    Under the sponsorship of the Federal Highway Administration, DKS Associates conducted a national scan of how agencies in major metropolitan areas are developing plans for congestion pricing and/or managed lanes. Staff members from the metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and the state department of transportation (DOT) in ten metropolitan areas were surveyed to find out how they are including consideration of congestion pricing and/or managed lanes in their metropolitan planning process and the development of their long range transportation plan for the region. In addition, the study team identified the projects that are already in operation in each region, those that are already in the long range plan and those that are being considered. The study results reported in this paper focused on how the MPOs, state DOTs and other key agencies interact, contribute and cooperate in the consideration of congestion pricing and/or managed lanes. The study also produced information on the methods used to evaluate these types of strategies including the modeling tools used; the performance measures used; and how network effects, diversion of trips, and equity effects are taken into account. The study identified how federal grants were used to fund studies and projects in the early stages of consideration of congestion pricing and/or managed lanes in the ten regions. Public and stakeholder involvement methods used by the MPOs and state DOTs to advance projects were also identified.

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