Congestion Pricing - And alternative to highway expansion? - May 16th, 2007
Other cities in Europe, Asia and North America are increasingly turning to various
forms of road and congestion pricing to reduce crippling levels of traffic congestion.
Find out how metropolitan areas around the world are using road pricing as an
alternative to the traditional approach of simply expanding road networks to
Join us for an informative presentation on this topic by one of North America’s leading congestion pricing experts.
date Wednesday, May 16th 2007
time 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
venue SFU Harbour Centre
Fletcher Challenge Theatre
515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
admission free with reservations required
E-MAIL [email protected]
CALL 604 291.5100
SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER MR. LEE MUNNICH
Mr. Munnich is a senior fellow and director of the State and Local Policy
Program at the University of Minnesota's Humphrey Institute of Public
Affairs. He has been a leader in the area of congestion pricing since the
1990s, specializing in political and institutional issues. Munnich chairs the
Transportation Research Board's Subcommittee on Pricing Outreach. He
played a primary role in developing Minnesota's I-394 MnPASS Express
Lanes, a high-occupancy toll (HOT) lane project, in 2005.