London to scrap congestion charge extension


LONDON, Nov 27 (Reuters Life!) - The western extension to London's congestion charge zone is to be scrapped after two-thirds of Londoners and businesses said they wanted it removed, Mayor Boris Johnson said on Thursday. A consultation on the future of the extension, brought in by former mayor Ken Livingstone in February 2007, found that 67 percent of individuals and 86 percent of businesses favoured scrapping the scheme. With a few exceptions, such as taxi drivers and motorcyclists, all ...

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