Why are we waiting? - Across the UK, if not the world, politicians and environmentalists look enviously at London's congestion charge. So what is blocking widespread adoption of road pricing schemes?
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Public finance : the business monthly of the public sector. - London : Public Finance, ISSN 1352-9250, ZDB-ID 11697313. - 2005 (04.02.), p. 20-23
Taking the strain - For three and a half years, Alistair Darling managed to keep transport troubles out of the headlines. But no one could keep the lid on such a bubbling cauldron for long - and now he faces all the issues at once
Wolmar, Christian, (2006)
Wolmar, Christian, (2005)
Fare enough? - The capital has led the way in the UK on innovative transport policies, with the controversial congestion charging zone and a successful push to increase bus use. But Transport for London is struggling to balance its books
Wolmar, Christian, (2004)
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