Mobility Pricing could come to GTA too if NDP gets in

No doubt congestion pricing is coming to Toronto, since no new roads are being built.

Two possible options for road mobility pricing in Metro Vancouver have been outlined in the final report of TransLink’s Mobility Pricing Independent Commission (MPIC).The MPIC launched in July 2017 with a $2.31 million budget for its research and policy development work, which is guided by a paid 14-member commission supported by a team of researchers and coordinators, and its report presented to the Mayors’ Council this morning is the culmination of all of their work.

Source: Mobility Pricing could cost Metro Vancouver families up to $8 per day | Daily Hive Vancouver

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