What does the success of Congestion Pricing look like? Can we imagine it in Indian cities like Mumbai?
Where has it been implemented?
Singapore paved the way for congestion pricing in the 1970s. The city-state implemented this innovative solution and complementary measures to reduce private vehicle travel demand. The results have been astounding. Other cities worldwide have taken inspiration from Singapore’s success, implementing their versions of congestion pricing.
Mumbai Congestion Pricing Study
This study conducted by UrbanWorks assessed the need and effectiveness of congestion pricing in Greater Mumbai as a travel demand management measure alongside other demand management measures and provided a roadmap for its implementation. The report provides a step-by-step process to plan and implement congestion pricing and presents a plan for congestion pricing in Mumbai.
Congestion Pricing Basics: An Illustrated Toolkit
UrbanWorks has also created an illustrated toolkit that practitioners can use to understand better and explain congestion pricing. You can view and download it below.
Congestion pricing is not just about levying fees; it’s about reshaping how we navigate our urban spaces. By incentivising change and encouraging smart transport choices, we can unlock a future with reduced congestion, improved air quality, and enhanced quality of life. Let’s embark on this journey together, paving the way for better cities by nudging cities to transform how people move.
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