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32 Road Pricing: Public Perceptions and Program Development Exhibit 14. Interactive user website for MnPASS lanes providing detailed information. Source: MnPASS website: https://support.mnpass.net/kayako/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=view 2.2 Road Pricing in the Transportation Planning Process Section 2.2 addresses how road pricing can fit into the transportation planning process as struc- tured under federal law and guidance. Where road pricing is expanding from individual projects to multiple projects and possible application across regions, it should be treated in required formal planning, both for proper authorization and for programming in concert with complementary transit, HOV programs, parking, and land use policy. Also, road pricing has good potential to help meet many typical regional and state planning goals, air quality conformity, and fiscal constraint requirements. The guidance in Section 2.2 has been developed based on a literature review and interviews at sites with agencies involved in developing road pricing projects. The interviews focused on plan- ning for road pricing projects and the treatment of road pricing in regional and state plans. The