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Congestion and Road Pricing

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07/30/2014Walter Block

Traffic congestion reaches into all aspects of living: working, shopping, recreation. It insidiously cripples the ability of people to coordinate activities with one another, as it becomes virtually impossible to make exact appointments —a broad interval of time is usually the best that can be planned on.

Volume 4, Number 3 (1980)

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Block, Walter. "Congestion and Road Pricing." Journal of Libertarian Studies 4, No.3 (1980): 299-330.

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