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Péage urbain et (in)justice perçue : un obstacle à l'expérimentation en France ?

Abstract : Urban Toll and (un)Fairness: an Obstacle to an Experimentation in France? - With an attitude survey in Lyon, we test different principles of rationing car traffic by prices (road toll) or by quantities (odd numbers or reduced day of travelling). Rationing by price or by quantity is strongly perceived as unfair by responders. Attitudes towards tolls justified by the pollution caused by automobile traffic are less negative. On the compensation side, car-pooling should have free toll. Support for a reduced rate for low-income users means an equity position we have to answer.
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Stéphanie Souche, Charles Raux, Yves Croissant. Péage urbain et (in)justice perçue : un obstacle à l'expérimentation en France ?. Revue Française d'Economie, Association Française d'Économie, 2011, 26 (2), pp.149-176. ⟨10.3917/rfe.112.0149⟩. ⟨halshs-00733337⟩



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