Potential Consequences (Unintended and Intended) of Pricing and Other Incentives
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Thursday, October 20, 2011: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
S331B (Orange County Convention Center )
ITS America's Sustainable Transportation Working Group
Richard Foote, Sr. ITS Systems Engineer, CH2M Hill
Pricing – based on carbon consumption, miles driven, or congestion – is widely seen as a very effective approach for reducing transportation-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. This session is focused on examining the intended and unintended consequences of pricing (including cordon, “High Occupancy Travel” or “HOT” lanes, parking) and alternative fuel vehicle incentives (e.g., feebates, “High Occupancy Vehicle” or “HOV” lane access) on surface transportation. The session primarily examines the energy and environmental impacts of these strategies, as well as the potential social consequences.