How They'd Collect Congestion Pricing Fees
August 29th, 2007

Streetsblog has a rendering up and a link to the city’s Request for Expression of Interest. The Streetsblog article shows the system IBM created for Stockholm, which features a rather prominent (and ominous) 7-11 kiosk–an odd bit of advertising as it is the only brand visible in IBM’s nifty interactive piece about how it all works.

It is a more thorough technical review of just how the city might identify drivers who enter the downtown business district than this writer has seen recently, and the post has generated a lot of discussion about just how much scaffolding and other infrastructure the plan will require.

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