Provincial Congestion Pricing Strategy Needed


The Ontario Liberal Party launched Common Ground, a new initiative on Saturday to help develop policy. It’s based in IdeaScale, a forum for submitting and up/down voting ideas with some social aspects such as profiles, comments and limited sharing options.

I submitted an idea for a Provincial congestion pricing strategy and recommend you upvote it!

Develop a well-researched congestion pricing strategy at the Provincial level to be implemented locally if, when and where appropriate. Congestion pricing is an efficient and fair method of financing transit, necessary road infrastructure improvements and other alternative modes of transport. It reduces congestion in peak hours, promotes active travel, boosts our economy, our health and promotes sustainability. Leadership must be shown at the Provincial level, and Liberals must be the ones to lead.

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