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Utilities may pay by the hour for roadworks

Government consults on extending lane rental trials

Mark Moran
03 September 2017
Hourly lane rental charges were trialed in London and Kent
Hourly lane rental charges were trialed in London and Kent

 

Local authorities could be enabled to charge utility companies by the hour during roadworks, under proposals being consulted on by government.

Transport secretary Chris Grayling has suggested hourly lane rentals could halve delays to motorists caused by utility companies digging up busy roads.

The proposals would allow local authorities to charge utility companies by the hour to carry out works on selected routes, encouraging the companies to avoid busy roads and peak times and incentivising...

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