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LUKE FRASER. Congestion charging: Stockholm, Melbourne and Turnbull’s legacy.

On congestion charging. There are three lessons: first, congestion charges are devilish hard to put in place, even when they work demonstrably well; second, don’t try to implement this in a city where there is no serious traffic congestion, or … Continue reading

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