Milan’s Ecopass On Holiday

Last year, Milan’s Ecopass congestion charge system took a summer vacation, and this year it’s the same. From Monday 3 to Friday 21 of August, the Ecopass system will not operate, meaning that motorists can access the Ecopass designated area without having to pay.

Milan’s Ecopass Saga Continues

Pollution levels in Milan continue to remain high, and PM10 levels are worrying, despite an attempt by the Milan city authorities to bring traffic pollution levels down through the introduction of the Ecopass congestion charging system.

Milan’s Ecopass Concerns

Someone writing a thesis on the performance of various congestion charge schemes around the world wrote and asked me for a little information on the Ecopass scheme in Milan.

Milan’s Ecopass Results

Milan’s ecopass congestion charge system has been in force for over nine months now, and Milan’s municipal authorities have been plastering the positive looking results of the scheme all over buses, bus stops, and just about everywhere else.

Milan’s Ecopass Goes on Vacation

Milan’s Ecopass congestion charge, or congestion fee, is going to be put on hold between the 2 and 24 August 2008, Milan’s Mayor Moratti has recently promised. Note that this promise has not yet been turned into an official change in Ecopass policy.