Growing populations and new mobility options are increasing demands on our cities’ most finite resource—space. Pricing the use of streets is an essential tool to tackle traffic, curb carbon pollution, and accelerate sustainable outcomes in the aim of moving more people more efficiently.
Pricing streets raises tough questions: Where should cities have a mobility charge? Who should pay? Is dynamic curb pricing in our future? Join leading cities to answer the difficult questions and dig in to old and new strategies for pricing the street to move people sustainably and equitably, from charging for the curb to pricing zones based on emissions and traffic.