This article from a Dutch Newspaper was translated by Google, then edited for readability. The original is here.
|Could even be our city, eh?|
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While most governments may not be willing to hand out cash for drivers to use roads at different times (and I don’t think they should), there are many other direct, economic ways to reward such behavior, outlined in numerous other blogs, here. The point is that drivers respond to economic incentives, by shifting travel time (or mode). And there are many cash-equivalent economic incentives that are cost neutral to the taxpayer.
We should start looking at them.