San Francisco Pursuing Additional Study of “Congestion Pricing”

On December 14, the San Francisco County Transportation Authority Board unanimously approved its Mobility, Acces and Pricing (MAPS) Final Report, and voted 8-3 in favor of pursuing additional study of the concept, excluding the Southern Gateway scenario.

The Study finds that congestion pricing would be a feasible way of meeting San Francisco’s goals for sustainable growth, but San Francisco is still in the early stages of exploring pricing. A decision on whether or not to implement congestion pricing is still at least 2-3 years away, following additional study and outreach. If that decision is made, congestion pricing would not likely be implemented in San Francisco before 2015.

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