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Uploaded on Nov 8, 2010
An overview of the findings and recommendations of the San Francisco County Transportation Authority's study on the feasibility of a congestion pricing program for San Francisco.
On December 14, the Transportation Authority Board unanimously approved the MAPS Final Report, and voted 8-3 in favor of pursuing additional study of the concept, excluding the Southern Gateway scenario.
Congestion pricing involves charging drivers a user fee to drive in specific, congested areas or corridors, an using the revenue generated to fund transportation improvements, such as better transit service, road improvements, and bicycle and pedestrian projects. Our analyses indicate that a feasible "right-sized" program can be designed for San Francisco that enhances mobility and access to the downtown while maintaining economic vitality. More information at www.sfmobility.org.