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Reducing Traffic and Improving Communities with Congestion Pricing

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Stakeholder benefits and issues surrounding the implementation of congestion pricing for San Francisco drivers.

Stakeholder benefits and issues surrounding the implementation of congestion pricing for San Francisco drivers.

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    Reducing Traffic and Improving Communities with Congestion Pricing Reducing Traffic and Improving Communities with Congestion Pricing Presentation Transcript

    • CONGESTION PRICING IN SAN FRANCISCO THE TRAILBLAZERS: Justin Bean Kate Drane Jacob Blackshear Jenn Coyle Tim McLaughlin
    • Overview
      • The Problem
      • The Solution
      • History and Successes
      • Stakeholders
      • Benefits
    • The Problem
      • Congestion:
        • 587,300 Work in SF
      • Excessive pollution:
        • 63.1% Drive alone
      • Loss of productivity
        • Time in Traffic: 100 hrs year
        • $1.7 Billion
    • The Solution
      • Congestion Management
      • Sustainable Economic Growth
      • Reduced Climate Change Impact
      • Beautify Cities
      • Improve Pedestrian Safety
    • The Solution
      • Congestion Management
      • Sustainable Economic Growth
      • Reduced Climate Change Impact
      • Beautify Cities
      • Improve Pedestrian Safety
      CONGESTION PRICING
    • History of Congestion Pricing
    • Successful Examples Stockholm
    • Successful Examples Stockholm Rome
    • Successful Examples Stockholm Rome Singapore
    • Successful Examples Stockholm Rome Singapore London
    • How Would it Work?
      • Charges on most congested roads
      • Charge ($3-$8)
      • Peak hours only
      • Smartcard
      • Free for residents
    • Stakeholders Government Business City Residents Special Interest Groups Out-of-town commuters Ecosystem CONGESTION PRICING
    • Power and Interest Power Interest Commuters City Residents Environment Business Government Special Interest Groups
    • Effects on Business
      • Effects on Businesses Positive
      • • Increased worker productivity
      • • Faster delivery
      • More sales: faster, easier,
      • more pleasant customer experience
      • Stockholm: 5% increase in customer traffic
      • London: 22% reported positive impact on business
      • Negative
      • • Higher Costs
    • Effects on Business
    • Government
        • Value Alignment
      • Happy constituents
        • Benefits
        • New revenue sources
      • keep people happy
        • Harms
        • Voters dislike Taxes / Increased Costs / Freedom Infringement
        • Negative reaction from businesses
    • Communities
        • Value Alignment
        • • Benefits
        • Less traffic Less pollution Faster average road speeds Improved quality of life
        • • Harms
        • Negative impacts on neighborhood parking in adjacent neighborhoods.
    • Special Interest
    • Commuters
        • Value Alignment
        • • Benefits Faster, cheaper, easier commute
        • Pedestrians: fewer fatalities
        • Bikers: fewer drivers
        • Drivers: faster commutes
      • Public Transit: New Revenues = Improvements
        • • Harms
        • Drivers: More Expensive
        • Public Transit: Overcrowding =
        • uncomfortable
    • Benefits for San Francisco
      • Increase revenue
      • Shift traffic patterns
      • Cleaner air
      • Increase incentives for mass transit
    • Congestion Pricing is:
      • “ the single greatest step we can take to protect our environment and improve our quality of life”
        • - San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom