Oregon DOT: Managing Congestion with Value Pricing

Posted by Infra on Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

The Portland-Metro area has a congestion problem and it’s getting worse. The Oregon Department of Transportation is conducting an analysis to study options, including value pricing also know as congestion pricing, for managing congestion. Learn what this is and how you can participate in the discussion with this video intro.

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One Response to “Oregon DOT: Managing Congestion with Value Pricing”

  1. jerry schneider says:

    I have a preliminary proposal for an area wide transit project that would be far mor cost-effective and congestion reducing that your current interest in placing tolls on a few highways. I can send it via email as an attachment if anyone in ODOT would be interested in evaluating it. I would need an email address to send it in order to attach it so you can access it. The technology is called transit x and you could review their website at http://www.transitx.com It is based in Boston.


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