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Regular news: Issue 497 26 Jun 2008

Central London car trips halve in 16 years

The number of people entering central London by car in the morning peak has halved in the last 16 years, according to data published by Transport for London.

In 1991, 155 million people entered central London by car between 07.00 and 10.00 but by 2006 this had fallen to just 78 million. Numbers have been in decline throughout the intervening years, though the most dramatic fall has been in the last six years, in part because of the congestion charge. There was a 7% decrease in people arriving...

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