NYC Congestion Pricing Scenario Comparisons

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Published on December 18, 2007

Author: streetsblog

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A presentation to the NYC Traffic Congestion Mitigation Commission, Dec. 17, 2007.

Congestion Mitigation Strategies: Modifications to the City’s plan New York City Traffic Congestion Mitigation Commission December 17, 2007

Overview of presentation and research

Objectives Important to return the Commission's focus to strategies that directly affect motorists' movements into the CP zone This presentation is offered to promote the Commission's understanding of choices available using the City's plan as a base as the Commission takes up the decision of what to recommend to achieve the goals of the City's Plan

Important to return the Commission's focus to strategies that directly affect motorists' movements into the CP zone

This presentation is offered to promote the Commission's understanding of choices available using the City's plan as a base as the Commission takes up the decision of what to recommend to achieve the goals of the City's Plan

The Dials to Turn Northern boundary of CP zone 86 th St 60 th St Trip types Staying in the zone Through trips on FDR and Rt. 9A 2-way (inbound and outbound) 1-way (inbound only) The rate charged Amount charged: Toll offset or LPR Surcharge Flat vs. variable time of day 12 hour or 24 hour Type of Charge Fee (once a day) Toll (recurring)

Northern boundary of CP zone

86 th St

60 th St

Trip types

Staying in the zone

Through trips on FDR and Rt. 9A

2-way (inbound and outbound)

1-way (inbound only)

The rate charged

Amount charged: Toll offset or LPR Surcharge

Flat vs. variable time of day

12 hour or 24 hour

Type of Charge

Fee (once a day)

Toll (recurring)

Analytic process Adjustment of Charge Factors Northern boundary of CP Zone Trip types to be charged The rate charged Type of charge Change in Impact on Drivers Fewer trips Lower VMT Trips via different routes Change in Financial Outcomes Capital Costs Gross Revenue Operating Costs Net Revenue Change in Mobility Outcomes Change in VMT Impacts to highway network Impacts to transit network

Adjustment

of

Charge

Factors

Northern boundary of CP Zone

Trip types to be charged

The rate charged

Type of charge

Change in

Impact on

Drivers

Fewer trips

Lower VMT

Trips via different routes

Change in

Financial Outcomes

Capital Costs

Gross Revenue

Operating Costs

Net Revenue

Change in

Mobility Outcomes

Change in VMT

Impacts to highway network

Impacts to transit network

City’s Plan 6.7% VMT reduction $224m capital cost $649m gross revenue (annual) $229m operating costs $420m net revenue

6.7% VMT reduction

$224m capital cost

$649m gross revenue (annual)

$229m operating costs

$420m net revenue

6.2% VMT reduction Impact of this change: Smaller VMT reduction: 0.5% Lower capital cost: -$5m Lower net revenues: -$33m 1. Move northern boundary to 60 St

6.2% VMT reduction

Impact of this change:

Smaller VMT reduction: 0.5%

Lower capital cost: -$5m

Lower net revenues: -$33m

5.9% VMT reduction Impact of this change: Smaller VMT reduction: 0.3% Lower capital cost: -$94m Higher net revenues: +$25m 2. Eliminate intrazonal charge

5.9% VMT reduction

Impact of this change:

Smaller VMT reduction: 0.3%

Lower capital cost: -$94m

Higher net revenues: +$25m

6.1% VMT reduction Impact of this change: Larger VMT reduction: 0.2% Lower capital cost: -$52m Higher net revenues: +$27m 3. Charge thru trips using periphery

6.1% VMT reduction

Impact of this change:

Larger VMT reduction: 0.2%

Lower capital cost: -$52m

Higher net revenues: +$27m

6.0% VMT reduction Impact of this change: Smaller VMT reduction: 0.1% Same capital cost Lower net revenues: +$3m 4. Charge in-bound trips only

6.0% VMT reduction

Impact of this change:

Smaller VMT reduction: 0.1%

Same capital cost

Lower net revenues: +$3m

6.8% VMT reduction Impact of this change: Larger VMT reduction: 0.8% Same capital cost Higher net revenues: +$28m 4a. In-bound only with variable fee

6.8% VMT reduction

Impact of this change:

Larger VMT reduction: 0.8%

Same capital cost

Higher net revenues: +$28m

8.2% VMT reduction Impact of this change: Larger VMT reduction: 1.4% Same capital cost Higher net revenues: +$55m 4b. In-bound only with variable fee – 24 hours

8.2% VMT reduction

Impact of this change:

Larger VMT reduction: 1.4%

Same capital cost

Higher net revenues: +$55m

8.3% VMT reduction Impact of this change: Larger VMT reduction: 2.2% Same capital cost Higher net revenues: +$176m 5. Eliminate or reduce toll offset

8.3% VMT reduction

Impact of this change:

Larger VMT reduction: 2.2%

Same capital cost

Higher net revenues: +$176m

6.3% VMT reduction Impact of this change: Larger VMT reduction: 0.2% Same capital cost: Higher net revenues: +$16m 6. $1 surcharge for License Plate Recognition customers (non-E-ZPass)

6.3% VMT reduction

Impact of this change:

Larger VMT reduction: 0.2%

Same capital cost:

Higher net revenues: +$16m

Toll options Applied to untolled bridges and avenues Per trip toll instead of daily fee – pay every time you cross No credit or offset for PA or MTA tolls May be 24/7/365

Applied to untolled bridges and avenues

Per trip toll instead of daily fee – pay every time you cross

No credit or offset for PA or MTA tolls

May be 24/7/365

5.6% VMT reduction $62m capital cost $570m gross revenue (annual) $39m operating costs $531m net revenue Alternative: East River bridge tolls

5.6% VMT reduction

$62m capital cost

$570m gross revenue (annual)

$39m operating costs

$531m net revenue

13.4% VMT reduction $72m capital cost $1,155m gross revenue (annual) $96m operating costs $1,059m net revenue Cordon toll

13.4% VMT reduction

$72m capital cost

$1,155m gross revenue (annual)

$96m operating costs

$1,059m net revenue

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