Long commutes, especially with traffic congestion, take up time, add pollution, and reduce economic growth. Meanwhile, decongestion pricing is cutting down on traffic in London, Stockholm, Singapore, and soon New York. Many other cities are looking at it. Would it make sense for DC?

The 2020 DC budget funds "a study that evaluates and makes recommendations regarding the potential benefits of congestion pricing on the District," which DCST is coordinating in partnership with the District Department of Transportation (DDOT). More information about the study is available on the study page.

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    • DCST issues RFP for a decongestion pricing study

      By David Alpert     July 3rd, 2019

      Decongestion pricing is cutting down on traffic in London, Stockholm, Singapore, and soon New York. Many other cities are looking at it. Would it make sense for DC? The 2020 DC budget funds "a study that evaluates and makes recommendations regarding the potential benefits of congestion pricing on the District," which DCST is coordinating in partnership with the District Department of Transportation (DDOT).