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London C-charge revenue falls

Income from the Central London congestion charging scheme is expected to be £37m lower this year than originally forecast, according to Transport for London. TfL had budgeted for income of £354m in 2008/09 (£201m from charging and £153m from enforcement). It attributes the decline to lower traffic volumes, fewer penalty charge notices being issued and motorists settling PCNs earlier when penalties are lower. TfL’s traffic enforcement income is also falling, with...

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