As some cities consider congestion pricing strategies, what is the most effective way to ensure a socially equitable and inclusive program? Urban Development PoliciesAs some cities consider congestion pricing strategies, what is the most effective way to ensure a socially equitable and inclusive program?Some resources to consider:Report: Congestion Pricing in the United States: Principles for Developing a Viable Program to Advance Sustainability and Equity Goals. Access ReportArticle: Recap of Eno Webinar on Equity in Congestion Pricing Read ArticleBack to Solution Forum HomeSuggest a Forum Topic Search for: Comments Robert Puentes says: Plus, while congestion pricing programs can be carefully crafted to minimize impacts… Avital Barnea says: The California Integrated Travel Project (Cal-ITP) will be a statewide solution to… Paul Lewis says: With a growing emphasis on climate change, finding ways to invest in… Explore Other TopicsAn Environmentally Sustainable and Resilient Future Funding and Finance Strategies Leveraging Technology to Improve Transportation Systems Multimodal Freight Policy and Innovation Next Evolution of Governance Structures in America Safety and Security for the Next Century The Future of Aviation Urban Development Policies Workforce and Leadership in Transportation Get Social Join the Conversation: Comment Below Karen Price2021-05-10T11:44:47-04:00 2 Comments Robert Puentes April 6, 2021 at 11:04 am - Reply Plus, while congestion pricing programs can be carefully crafted to minimize impacts and bring benefits to communities, it is important to note that the long-standing systemic inequities in our transportation system are pervasive and remedying them requires a much more comprehensive approach. Brianne Eby March 30, 2021 at 5:19 pm - Reply Congestion pricing programs should be designed to correct for existing inequities in the transportation system. To do this, the process for determining the policy should include a diverse range of stakeholders, including those who are disadvantaged by their current social circumstances. The policy itself should also be equitable, for example by providing robust alternatives to paying the charge. Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.