Professor of the Practice Department of Urban Studies and Planning
New York’s congestion pricing is a good start, but Boston can do better
Carlos Ratti (Urban Studies and Planning) explains how Boston can create an effective congestion pricing policy by learning from New York's and Singapore’s efforts to decrease the number of cars on the road and incentivize public transit use.
Ride-hailing apps should work with taxis to reduce the price of anarchy
Carlo Ratti (Urban Studies and Planning) explores how coordination among ride-hailing services can benefit cities by reducing traffic and carbon emissions.
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