Author(s): Shoup, Donald and Don Pickrell
Published: 1979 by Op-Ed page of the Washington Post, June 30
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Abstract: Gasoline consumption, air pollution and traffic congestion can all be reduced in a surprisingly simple and quick way. Oddly, it can be done either by offering free parking to more downtown workers or by charging all drivers the full cost of parking at work.
Category: Transportation Economics
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