Satellite technology tracks traffic along all routes, changing rates on the fly Continue reading Smart roads are making new mass transit and expressways obsolete
Tolls used to keep traffic moving are also the most fair to low income residents. Continue reading Dynamic tolls on highways the fairest of them all
A Florida toll way has been so popular with drivers that the price to use it has repeatedly hit a politically-imposed cap. Continue reading Drivers can’t pay enough on popular Florida toll way
Singapore’s congestion charge should serve as a template in how to keep traffic moving. Continue reading Dynamic roads cure traffic woes
Washington D.C.’s decision to allow a private operator to build and operate dynamic toll lanes is the type of thinking needed to tackle congestion in Toronto. Continue reading A lesson from Washington D.C. on private toll roads
It’s time to introduce dynamic pricing on the city’s highways in order to relieve congestion, writes Brady Yauch. Continue reading Bringing the market to Toronto’s congested highways
The U.S. has pioneered dynamic pricing of highway toll lanes. Continue reading Move into the fast lane
In almost every country on earth, road networks have been bastions of government control, operating outside the rules of supply and demand, resistant to technological improvements that would lower cost and boost efficiency, and all but impervious to market forces.