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road pricing

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishroad pricingˈroad ˌpricing noun [uncountable]  a system in which drivers have to pay to use the roads at particular timestoll road road pricing schemes for congested cities
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road pricingAnother important development was the death, as far as road pricing is concerned, of Big Brother.The Green Paper is likely to take a comprehensive look at the subject including both road pricing and road tolls.Moreover, it would not require the high administrative and technical costs of road pricing.One of the major criticisms of road pricing is its equity impacts.An in-depth study on the implications of road pricing is expected to be published in 1994.Transport academics argue that road pricing would make drivers pay for the cost of congestion.Politicians are now making favourable noises about other countries' experiments with road pricing.
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