congestion charge


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congestion charge

nStauabgabe for -gebühr f, → City-Maut f
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SADIQ Khan's decision to impose a congestion charge on private hire vehicles (PHVs) was lawful and appropriate, the High Court ruled yesterday.
If the congestion charge is not collected, the cost will still have to be borne by the government and taxpayers in general,' he explained.
TOWN hall leaders will be keen to stress that any new clean air charge as part of that plan would not amount to a congestion charge via the back door, a concern that has lingered among some people ever since the proposal was blocked in a referendum 10 years ago.
Congestion charge is highway robbery BIRMINGHAM's proposed congestion charges are nothing short of highway robbery in my opinion, where the motorist once again is seen as the cash cow for incompetent traffic management and greedy grabbing councillors.
So the council thinks it can bring a congestion charge to Cardiff by the back door?
In China your allowed in on certain number Bob Whitchurch Both Manchester and Edinburgh had to shelve the congestion charge. The congestion charge is a rich man's charter, forcing the not-so-well-off to catch buses or go by bike while the rich just pay up and carry on as normal, without queues.
Cardiff council will have to look very carefully at the emissions coming from its fleet of buses, and from the city's licensed taxis, if they are seriously contemplating bringing in a congestion charge.
Speaking at the recent 2013 Panel Event, organised by the Telegraph's sister paper the Birmingham Post, Mr Street said a Birmingham congestion charge would see money raised spent on offering alternative methods of transport to car users.
CITY chiefs have 'ruled out' a congestion charge for cars and vehicles following a heated council debate.
The congestion tax, like the Congestion Charge in London, would create tax zones where one would have to pay a hefty charge for driving private vehicle.
We don't bang on about the London congestion charge even though car makers bombard us with facts about how their new motors avoid it.
The thought occurred to me this week when I read that American diplomats are still refusing to pay the congestion charge in London.