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The London congestion charging scheme, 2003-2006

Abstract:
This chapter assesses the London Congestion Charging Scheme (LCCS). A brief overview of how the scheme works is given in Section 2 and a summary of its impacts on traffic is described in Section 3. With information and data from Transport for London demand elasticities are estimated in Section 4 and the area marginal congestion costs are described in section 5. Finally, a description and potential impacts of the Western Extension are presented in Section 6 and Section 7 concludes.
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10.4337/9781848441453.00015

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Social Sciences Division - Centre for the Environment - Transport Studies Unit
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Publisher:
Edward Elgar Publisher's website
Pages:
159-175
Host title:
Road Congestion Pricing in Europe: Implications for the United States
Publication date:
2008-01-01
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uuid:7b12a3f6-0d3b-4305-97e5-6a57f08efd12
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tsu:10242
ISBN:
978-1-84720-380-9

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