A Note on the Distributional Effects of Road Pricing

A Note on the Distributional Effects of Road Pricing

Road pricing is found to be regressive or ambiguous in its effects: the large group of lower-income motorists suffers, while gains or smaller losses accrue to wealthy motorists as well as to non-motorists.

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