CTS lunch seminar May 27 11:30-12:30

Published Apr 29, 2014

“Congestion Pricing in Gothenburg since January 1st 2013: Overview of traffic effects”


On January 1st 2013 Gothenburg became the second city in Sweden to introduce congestion pricing. The system is very similar to the system introduced in Stockholm 2006. Both are designed as time-of-day varied single-cordon toll systems. This paper summarises the effects of the charges and analyses to what extent the political targets (revenues, congestion reduction and improved air quality) were met. Effects on traffic flow reduction, local environment and revenues were smaller than forecast (in contrast to the Stockholm trial).


Maria Börjesson, Centre for Transport Studies, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
Ida Kristoffersson, Centre for Transport Studies, Sweco, Stockholm

Please confirm your attendance by May 21st. No response is required for decline.
Lunch is served from 11.20, May 27th 2014, CTS Teknikringen 10, room Wardrop/Nash


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Last changed: Apr 29, 2014