The health cost of congestion

I’m not saying this alone justifies etolling, but it does suggest that long commutes and congestion are bad for health and therefore bad for our country.  Leveraging the etolling system in a more sophisticated manner to mange congestion might have additional hidden benefits over time.

Published by David Kirk

The opinions expressed on this site are those of the author and other commenters and are not necessarily those of his employer or any other organisation. David Kirk runs Milliman’s actuarial consulting practice in Africa. He is an actuary and is the creator of New Business Margin on Revenue. He specialises in risk and capital management, regulatory change and insurance strategy . He also has extensive experience in embedded value reporting, insurance-related IFRS and share option valuation.

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