If sustainability is the key, road-use charging programs should be designed to keep the road under our cars rather than our cars off the road.
Road use charging, critical for some and anathema to others, is likely unavoidable. Bern Grush Associates helps government and industry find ways to make a road pricing acceptable by addressing privacy, costs, fairness, equity, convenience, services, and value-to-drivers.
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Grush, B., Getting A Thumbs Up, Tolltrans (Annual) 2011, p. 64.
Grush, B., Parking by Satellite, Intertraffic World 2011 Showcase, December 2010
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