Road Pricing in Britain
This paper outlines recent developments regarding road pricing in Britain. Given the widespread view that the London congestion pricing scheme has been a success, it was generally expected that road pricing would be more widely applied in Britain, and successive reports, including an official study for the Department for Transport, have examined the issue at a national level. However, implementation still seems some way off, with the current government policy being more to encourage local authorities to introduce local schemes in the conurbations than to take action itself. © 2007 LSE and the University of Bath
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