Join us at the Transportation Research Board 99th Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., January 12-16, 2020

A Century of Progress: Foundation for the Future. This year's information packed Transportation Research Board (TRB) 99th Annual Meeting will is expected to attract more than 13,000 transportation professionals from around the world - with more than 5,000 presentations, 800 sessions and workshops covering all transportation modes.

Cross-Cutting Issues with Urban Congestion Pricing

Sunday, January 12, 1:30 PM-4:30 PM — Room 151A, Washington Convention Center

Please join Sharon Greene, Managing Principal of InfraStrategies, on Sunday, January 12, 2020 from 1:30 –4:30 at the Washington Convention Center, Room 151A. Sharon has organized an intensive workshop on Cross-Cutting Issues with Urban Congestion Pricing. The workshop features panels focusing on existing and planned international and North American congestion pricing programs including cordon and parking pricing in London, Stockholm, Milan and Singapore, as well as programs planned in New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Washington DC, and Vancouver. Each of these cities has a unique story to tell about how they have been able to bring their programs to fruition and what they have been able to achieve. Speakers will address key topics including impacts on congestion management, equity considerations, coordination with transit services, implementation approaches, securing stakeholder buy-in, and public outreach. Join us for this workshop that will also include audience involvement.

Panel Members and Sponsors

PANEL 1: Sharon Greene, Moderator 

Overview of Congestion Pricing Options and Existing International Programs

Daniel Firth, WSP

 

London's Cordon Pricing Program

Luke Blair, Imperial College London*

(* Mr. Blair will participate via recorded video presentation with audio as well as audio live hookup) 

 

Stockholm's Cordon Pricing Program

Mattias Lundberg, City of Stockholm

Presentation Number P20-20424

 

Milan's Cordon Pricing Program

Valentino Sevino, Agenzia Mobilita Ambiente Territorio (AMAT) *

Remy Cohen, Cohen & Co. srl

(* Mr. Sevino will participate via recorded video presentation with audio as well as audio live hookup)

 

Singapore's Cordon Pricing Program

Chin Kian Keong, Land Transport Authority Singapore

Presentation Number P20-20426

 

PANEL 2: Sharon Greene, Moderator

Overview of Proposed and Planned Congestion Pricing Programs in North America

Angela Fogle, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

 

New York's Proposed Cordon Pricing Program     

Allison C. de Cerreno, MTA Bridges & Tunnels

 

San Francisco's Proposed Approach to Cordon and Congestion Pricing    

Tilly Chang, San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA)

Rachel Hiatt, San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA)

 

Los Angeles's Proposed Approach to Cordon Pricing

Phillip Washington, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

 

Washington DC's Parking and Congestion Pricing Program

Soumya Dey, District Department of Transportation

 

Vancouver's Study of Congestion Pricing

Geoff Cross, TransLink

 

PANEL 3: Martin Wachs, Discussant / Facilitator

Audience Polling of Key Issues via Crowdsignal (or Mentimeter)

 

Applying Lessons Learned from Existing Congestion Pricing Programs to Proposed and Planned Projects

Facilitator: Martin Wachs, University of California, Los Angeles

International Participants:

Daniel Firth, WSP

Luke Blair, Imperial College London * (via Zoom) 

Mattias Lundberg, City of Stockholm

Valentino Sevino, Agenzia Mobilita Ambiente Territorio (AMAT) *(via Zoom)

Remy Cohen, Cohen & Co. srl

Chin Kian Keong, Land Transport Authority Singapore

 

North American Participants:

Angela Fogle, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

Allison C. de Cerreno, MTA Bridges & Tunnels

Tilly Chang, San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA)

Rachel Hiatt, San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA)

Phillip Washington, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Soumya Dey, District Department of Transportation

Geoff Cross, TransLink

Sponsored by:

  • Standing Committee on Revenue and Finance (ABE10) Standing Committee on International Cooperation (A0010) Standing Committee on Transportation Economics (ABE20) Standing Committee on Congestion Pricing (ABE25)

  • Standing Committee on Transportation Issues in Major Cities (ABE30) Standing Committee on Transportation and Economic Development (ADD10)

  • Standing Committee on Social and Economic Factors of Transportation (ADD20) Standing Committee on Transportation and Land Development (ADD30)

  • Standing Committee on Public Transportation Planning and Development (AP025)

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