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Explaining Variations in Public Acceptability of Road Pricing Schemes

@article{Jaensirisak2005ExplainingVI,
  title={Explaining Variations in Public Acceptability of Road Pricing Schemes},
  author={S. Jaensirisak and M. Wardman and A. May},
  journal={Journal of Transport Economics and Policy},
  year={2005},
  volume={39},
  pages={127-154}
}
The literature on acceptability of road pricing schemes is reviewed, and a number of limitations of that research are identified. In particular, little evidence is found of the differences between users and non-users and the effects of scheme design and level of charge. A stated preference survey was conducted in two UK cities to provide evidence on these issues. Charging was found to be more acceptable to non-users, those who perceived pollution and congestion to be very serious, those who… Expand
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