Would drivers accept congestion pricing on Highway 99?


Squamish Chief surveyed 121 Squamish Chief readers and asked the question: Should there be congestion pricing on the Sea to Sky highway? (Making users pay to drive during rush hour.)

While authorities in other parts of the world – London, Stockholm and San Diego –

have implemented congestion pricing to deal with heavy traffic, it’s not something people want to see on the Sea to Sky, according to a recent survey.

Congestion pricing involves charging drivers for using a road during peak hours.

Squamish Chief polled 121 Squamish Chief readers and asked the question: Should there be congestion pricing on the Sea to Sky highway? (Making users pay to drive during rush hour.)

The survey took place from 06/30/2022 to 07/06/2022. Of the 121 votes, we can determine that 45 come from the community. The full results are as follows:

Yes. 11.11% local, 17.36% overall

No. 75.56% local, 73.55% overall

Not sure. 13.33% local, 9.09% overall

Local Total

The findings are based on an online survey of adult Squamish Chief readers located in Squamish. The margin of error – which measures the variability of the sample – is +/- 8.88%, 19 times out of 20.

Chief Squamish uses a variety of techniques to capture data, detect and prevent fraudulent votes, detect and prevent bots, and filter non-local and duplicate votes.

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