The National Congestion Pricing Conference was held July 9-10, 2013 in Seattle, Washington. The primary objective of the conference was to provide expert input and guidance to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Transportation Research Board (TRB) and other research organizations, and implementing transportation agencies on the highest priority and impact programs and research that should be conducted in the next few years in order to advance congestion pricing in the U.S. Leaders in congestion pricing, managed lanes, and parking pricing convened to discuss recent successes and challenges to advancing congestion pricing in the United States.
- Session 1: Opening Panel Session on Innovations in Congestion Pricing in the United States over the Past 3 years
- Session 3: Panel Session on Issues, Impacts, and Lessons Learned in Advancing Congestion Pricing Projects
- Session 4: Parking Pricing Projects
- Session 5: Overview of Congestion Pricing Projects in Seattle
- Session 6: Regional Approaches for Implementing Congestion Pricing
- Session 7: Experiences in Evaluating Congestion Pricing