One of the most interesting examples of urban transport pricing is in Singapore where electronic road pricing is already developed.
Another scheme which was recently completed and which is providing a greater technical understanding of the practicalities and complexities involved in urban transport pricing is in Melbourne, Australia. More information is available from the Melbourne City Link Authority, the Government facilitator of the project, or Transurban City Link Ltd, the developer which has taken on the concession for the scheme under a Build-Own-Operate-Transfer arrangement.
In Europe, experience is greatest in Norway where cities such as Trondheim have introduced road tolling systems.
UK current policy can also be found on the net.
The Swiss Distance-related Heavy Vehicle Fee State of Project, a report on a project to introduce a heavy vehicle fee based on electronic road pricing technology in Switzerland.
Following the launch on 17 February of the London congestion charging scheme, POLIS has issued a document stating the views of its members.
The City of Stockholm is inroduce congestion charging on a trial basis early in 2005. Click here for initial details.