LONDON, April 27 (Reuters Life!) - London's congestion charging scheme (CCS), which charges motorists for entering central London to try to cut traffic volume, has so far shown little evidence of improving air quality, scientists said on Wednesday. A study led by researchers at King's College London found that the charge, introduced in 2003 and the first such levy in a major city in Europe or the United States, had indeed helped reduced traffic in the city centre. "But air pollution does ...
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