DPG Library's Selected bibliography of Full-Text Road Pricing Reports
Compilation of Public Opinion Data on Tolls and Road Pricing. National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis 377. June 2008.
Congestion Pricing: A Primer. Federal Highway Administration, December 2006.
Estimating Toll Road Demand and Revenue. National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Syntheses 364.
Facts and Results from the Stockholm Trials. 2006. Congestion Charge Secretariat, City of Stockholm, Sweden.
HOT Lane Development Guidebook. Federal Highway Administration, March 2003.
Central London Congestion Charging Scheme: ex-post evaluation of the quantified impacts of the original scheme. Blake Shaffer and Georgina Santos (2007)
Regional HOT Lanes preliminary findings. Metropolitan Transportation Commission, Planning Committee. December 2006.
Santa Clara HOT Lanes Feasiblity Study: Final Report. Valley Transportation Authority. December 2005.
Washington State Comprehensive Tolling Study Volume 1. Washington State Transportation Commission. 2006.
Congestion pricing: A smart solution for reducing traffic in urban centers and busy corridors. Environmental Defense. (2007).
Easing California’s Transportation Crisis with Tolls and Public-Private Partnerships. Robert W. Poole, Jr. Policy Study 324. January 2005. Reason Foundation.
Electronic toll collection. California Center for Innovative Transportation.
High Occupancy/Toll Lanes: Phasing in Congestion Pricing a Lane at a Time. Gordon J. Fielding and Daniel B. Klein. 1993.
HOT Networks: A New Plan for Congestion Relief and Better Transit. Robert W. Poole, Jr. and C. Kenneth Orski. Policy Study 305. February 2003. Reason Foundation.
Orange County's 91 Express Lanes: A Transportation and Financial Success, Despite Political Problems. By Robert W. Poole, Jr. Policy Brief 39. March 2005. Reason Foundation.
Role of Tolls in Financing 21st Century Highways. Peter Samuel and Robert W. Poole, Jr. Policy Study 359. May 2007. Reason Foundation.
12th International HOV Systems Conference. Improving Mobility and Accessibility with Managed Lanes, Pricing, and BRT. Federal Highway Administration and the Transportation Research Board. April 2005.
International Symposium on Road Pricing. Federal Highway Administration and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. January 2003.
Congestion Pricing Workshop Presentations. Transportation Research Board, Summer Meeting, 2008.
Automobile Dependency: Transportation and Land Use Patterns That Cause High Levels of Automobile Use and Reduced Transport Options. TDM Encyclopedia. Victoria Transport Policy Institute. 2007.
Central London Congestion Charging Scheme: ex-post evaluation of the quantified impacts of the original scheme. Blake Shaffer and Georgina Santos. 2007.
Comments on the New York City Traffic Congestion Mitigation Plan. New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority. 2007.
Congestion Pricing for Los Angeles: An Open Letter to L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. Robert W. Poole of the Reason Foundation Argues for HOT Lanes on the region's freeways. The Planning Report. July 2007.
Congestion Pricing for New York : Benefits for the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. Report for Transportation Alternatives. Schaller Consulting. 2008.
Congestion charging mechanisms for roads : an evaluation of current practice. Timothy Hau. World Bank. 1992.
Continuation study to evaluate the impact of SR 91 value priced express lanes final report. Sullivan, E. California Polytechnic State University. 2000.
Economic Fundamentals of Road Pricing. Tim Hau. World Bank. 1992.
Electronic toll collection. Smith, L & Benko, M. 2007. California Center for Innovative Transportation.
Evaluation of public opinion about congestion pricing and tolls. Ulberg, C., & MacFarland, G. 1995. Washington State Department of Transportation.
Fair and Efficient Pricing in Transport - The Role of Charges and Taxes. Oscar Faber. European Commission DG TREN in association with EC DG TAXUD and EC DG ENV. 2000.
HOT Lanes: A Better Way to Attack Urban Highway Congestion. Robert W. Poole Jr . and C. Kenneth Orski. Regulation. Vol. 32, No. 1. Cato Institute.
HOT Lanes Allure - Mitigating growth's impact -- and paying for it. Washington Post. Thursday, May 10, 2007
HOT Lanes in Houston–Six Years of Experience. MW Burris, BR Stockton. Journal of Public Transportation. Vol. 7. No. 3. 2004. University of South Florida. nctr.usf.edu
Managed Lanes. Jon Obenberger. Public Roads. Nov/Dec. 2004.
Paying the Value Price - Managing congestion with market-based strategies may be the wave of the future. Patrick DeCorla-Souza, Angela Jacobs, Shannon Ballard, and Theresa Smith. Public Roads. Sep/Oct. 2003.
Principles of Efficient Congestion Pricing. Vickrey, William. Columbia University. 1992.
Road Pricing - Congestion Pricing, Value Pricing, Toll Roads and HOT Lanes. TDM Encyclopedia. Victoria Transport Policy Institute. 2007.
Tolling, HOT Lanes Spread In U.S., Creep Forward In Puget Sound. Cascadia Prospectus. January 2008.
U.S. GAO. Congestion Pricing Has Promise for Improving Use of Transportation Infrastructure. Testimony before the Joint Economic Committee. U.S. Congress. May 2003.
Metropolitan Transportation Commission (California, Bay Area) 2002 High-Occupancy-Vehicle Lane Master Plan Update for the San Francisco Bay Area. HOV Survey Responses.
University of Minnesota – Hubert Humphrey Institute. Value Pricing.
Equity and Fairness Considerations of Congestion Pricing. Transportation Research Board. 1994.
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