||Opportunities to improve air quality through transportation pricing programs /
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Air quality management--United States. ;
Transportation--United States--Planning. ;
Congestion pricing--United States. ;
Transportation, Automotive--Economic aspects--United States. ;
Environmental protection--United States--Costs. ;
Environmental protection--Costs. ;
Air pollution abatement ;
Transportation pricing ;
Cost benefit analysis ;
Transportation planning ;
Transportation regulation ;
Exhaust emission control ;
Travel costs ;
Automobile usage ;
Commuting costs ;
Environmental impact assessments ;
Program management ;
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||iv, 130 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
This document is intended to give state and local air quality and transportation planners, elected government officials, and other interested parties background information on transportation pricing programs. Specifically, this document explains why pricing can make sense, the institutional relationships necessary for pricing measures to work, and some pitfalls to avoid in implementing a program. Examples of pricing programs adopted throughout the country illustrate these points.
Shipping list no.: 98-0039-P. "September 1997"--Cover. Includes bibliographical references (p. 125-130). "EPA 420-R-97-004"--Cover.