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World Economics, June 2003
The debate about road use charging continues. No simple and effective proposal to limit center-city congestion has attracted popular support. The economic case for reducing vehicle congestion in towns and cities is indisputable, as shown in the recent article by Begg and Gray, but their solution could take a generation to implement. The present article proposes using existing infrastructure to create a low-tech, flexible and country-wide method of limiting the use of automobiles in the centers of cities at specified times and in easily defined areas.
Boosting Infrastructure Investments in Africa
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Should Fuel Taxes Be Scrapped in Favor of Pay-by-the-Mile Charges?
World Economics, September 2005
The Case for Congestion Charging
World Economics, September 2002
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