2005 Regional Value Pricing Corridor Evaluation and Feasibility Study
The Transportation Department concluded a review of value pricing concepts for the Dallas-Fort Worth region. Value pricing is a way of harnessing the power of the market and reducing waste associated with congestion by using fees or tolls that vary based on the level of congestion. The regional study establishes criteria, policies, and procedures to identify potential candidates for short-term and long-term value pricing projects, and studies the applicability of value pricing concepts in existing and future corridors.
Managed Lane brochure
Regional initiatives in managed lanes and value pricing, November 14, 2005 [PDF]
Presentation at 2005 Texas Transportation Summit in Irving Texas, August 10, 2005 [PDF]
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