How to encourage traffic congestion in your city

Architect This City by Brandon G. Donnelly:
City Observatory recently republished their commentary on a report (released earlier this year) called Who Pays for Roads. I missed their original post, so this is new to me.

The report and commentary are all about the mispricing of roads/driving and the fallacy that “user fees” (gas taxes, tolls, and so on) are enough to completely cover the costs associated with driving.

I (Brandon Donnelly) have been a vocal supporter of road pricing and/or congestion charges here in Toronto, and so I’d like to share two pieces from their commentary.

The first is this paragraph, which talks about how mispricing leads to demand issues (i.e. traffic congestion):  

Read the full article HERE in Architect This City.