Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Congestion Pricing In Rome

I have read lots of news about congestion pricing in London and Stockholm. I had not heard that there is also congestion pricing in Rome, until I saw it mentioned in an article by Andrea Broaddus, an American studying planning in Europe. In response to my question, Andrea wrote:

" Rome has a cordon scheme restricting access to the city center during peak hours, with revenues invested in transit. A CIVITAS-funded project, it is described on their website, Or you can find a nice comparative study by our very own FHWA on European demand management strategies, including a case study on Rome which describes their road and parking pricing schemes,"

Andrea blogs at


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