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Road Pricing Infographic: How Tolling Impacts Various Road Users

7:32 AM PST on January 19, 2017

Detail from UCLA ITS infographic – see full image below

Enjoy this clear insightful road pricing infographic from the UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies.

As Metro moves forward with plans for new tolled ExpressLanes on the 405, 105, and 605 Freeways and extended facilities on the 110 and 10 Freeways, some critics assert that these facilities will be unfair to lower income drivers. UCLA ITS debunks these critiques, demonstrating that existing ways to pay for car-centric transportation systems are generally even worse for the poor.

Road pricing infographic from UCLA ITS. For full size image go to ITS website.
Road pricing infographic from UCLA ITS. For full size image go to ITS website.
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Kudos to Herbie Huff, Colleen Corcoran, and Jordan Fraade for working on this great piece, the first in a series.

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