For the Netherlands in 2030 simple to make, there are choices to be made. That is the Central Planning bureau (CPB) in the netherlands and the netherlands environmental assessment agency for the Environment (PBL) - in a new study about the policies that we have been published. For example, the crowds in the rush hours on the road, well through the introduction of a spitsheffing.
A spitsheffing to work from the point of view of the planbureaus better than that on a flat road pricing. "Pricing ahead you can be a more efficient way to get rare capacity to divide than delay (in the file)," according to the report (pdf). The more the levy is differentiated according to time and place, the more impact it has on the crowds, and the society of its benefits.
By the imposition of a tax will be traveling by car more and more expensive and, therefore, harmful for the commuter and the employer. A spitsheffing the travel time will be, however, reduced in the rush hour, with road pricing isn't going to be. The planbureaus than that on a flat road pricing, especially as a way to get a car is to be discouraged, and not to be piekdrukte to avoid it.
the opinions of the CPB and PBL are, inter alia, the adjustment of the public TRANSPORT card, because, in the rush hour, a fifth of the world's travelers to train as a student. "The fact that students with a travel product can be traveling, they are not at this time (financially) incentivised to get out of the rush hour on public transport if at all possible, it would have been," according to the study.
Also, the government would need to focus on combining living and working. It is in accordance with the planbureaus most of the mobiliteitswinst to achieve all of this, however, is something for the long term. "If, by a combination of living and work for more jobs, a short walk away, it means that there is by car, bike and public transport, and a greater number of jobs can be achieved with the same budget of time, money, and effort."