香港, 2019年5月14日 — 在城市道路空間有限的情況下，不斷提高交通流量的做法勢必遇挫。我們有兩種選擇，一是任由情況惡化，以致市民失去耐心和信心；一是實施智能交通政策，引領變革，讓交通擠塞從不美好的記憶中逐漸消失。 逾三十年的期待 香港早於1980年代就開始研究電子道路收費，當時我們是世界上少數預見電子道路收費具有疏通城市人流物流問題的潛力的地方，可謂有先見之明，眼光前瞻。幾過三十多年的發展，香港推行電子道路收費卻依然遙遙無期，反觀不少跟香港一樣有影響力和富裕的城市已經透過實施電子道路收費，提升交通運輸能力，改善國民的生活質素。事實上香港的交通狀況惡化，主動交通管理，在這刻比以往任何時候都來得迫切。 因此，思匯政策研究所大力支持政府在中環核心區落實電子道路收費先導計劃。
HONG KONG, 14 May 2019 — Continuous growth of traffic in a city with finite road space is doomed to fail. It can either fail when the situation gets so bad that citizens’ patience runs out, or fades away as a bad memory through smart and proactive transportation policy. A Long Time Coming Electronic Road…
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