Tied into my blog on Parking (and the resultant call for parking disincentives), is the thought of pricing highway usage based on demand — travelling at rush hour would be more expensive than commuting at off-peak hours. Although this would not reduce traffic overall, it does make car travel more efficient (and less polluting at higher speeds and shorter commute times) — and would be far better than building more roads.
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