|Main Entry:||congestion pricing|
|Part of Speech:||n|
|Definition:||the use of increased prices to charge the overusers of public goods, esp. during certain periods of time or at the places where congestion occurs; also, a new usage tax or charge when peak demand exceeds available supply; also called peak pricing|
|Example:||A few other cities around the world already use or have tried congestion pricing schemes, including Singapore.|
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