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Editorial: Issue 223 4 Oct 2010

Who is willing to lead the charge on new road charges?

Real political will is needed if workplace parking levies and other new forms of road user charging are to take-off

Mark Moran

The coalition government is on a mission to reduce public sector spending. Reductions in spending of between 25% and 40% are widely anticipated once the government unveils the Comprehensive Spending Review on 20 October. With some areas such as health ring-fenced, sectors including transport, policing, the arts and education all expect to be badly hit.

Besides reducing spending, it is clear that central and local authorities will be increasingly expected to find new means of generating...

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