Reason Foundation's Robert Poole Jr., one of the US's leading proponents of congestion pricing, said yesterday he was "underwhelmed" by the Dept. of Transportation's decision to avoid using that model to address congestion concerns at New York airports and warned that "this issue isn't finished by a long shot." Poole, who serves as director-transportation studies at Los Angeles-based Reason, has been an advocate of congestion pricing and participated in some of the meetings and discussions ...

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