• Mar 1, 2018
  • 15:33 mins

Guest: John Rennie Short, PhD, Professor of Public Policy, University of Maryland, Baltimore County If you had to pay a fee to go into your city’s downtown area during rush hour, would you think twice about making the trip in your car? Right now there’s a proposal in New York City to charge cars $11.52 to drive into lower Manhattan during business hours. This kind of “congestion pricing,” as it’s called, is rare in the US, but it has worked in London, Singapore and Stockholm.

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