Part 1 Setting the Stage - Acceptability Problem: Efficient pricing in transport - overview of European Commission's Transport Research Programme, C. Sikow-Magny; Acceptability of road user charging: meeting the challenge, P. Jones; why are efficient transport policy instruments so seldom used?, B.S. Frey; urban road pricing in Norway: public acceptability and travel behaviour, T. Tretvik; Reforming transport pricing: an economic perspective on equity, efficiency and acceptability, I. Mayeres, S. Proost. Part 2 European Research Results: European research results on transport pricing acceptability, J. Schade; Environmental awareness and acceptability of pricing policy in Germany, U. Kuckartz, H. Grunenberg; success and failure - experiences from cities, B. H rsman; An analytical framework of pricing acceptability: application to four case studies, C. Raux, S. Souche; Acceptability of price changes in urban mobility, J.M. Viegas, R. Mac rio. Part 3 Behind Public Acceptability - Relevant Determinants: Factors influencing the acceptability and effectiveness of transport pricing, L. Steg; Acceptability of road user charging: the influence of selfish and social perspectives, S. Jaensirisak et al; which role does the objective play? Empirical findings from Germany, O. H lzer; Determinants of people's acceptability of pricing measures - replication and extension of a causal model, S. Bamberg, D. R lle; Willingness to support traffic policy measures: the role of justice, H. Ittner et al. Part 4 Political Acceptability: Political acceptance of road pricing: goal conflicts in municipality decision making, L-O. Johansson et al; Individual uncertainty and the political acceptability of road pricing policies, E. Marcucci, M. Marini; public and political acceptability of transport pricing: are there differences?, H. Link.