Road Pricing in the Netherlands Dead Again

Grush Hour: Lost: Dutch Courage

I am convinced if some small north-western European nation cannot get it done first, it won't happen in the US. I thought that country would be the Netherlands. Real road pricing is not something the US can pioneer.

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