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Edinburgh explores workplace parking levy

15 November 2023
Edinburgh committed to exploring the option of introducing a WPL in the City Mobility Plan 2021–2030
Edinburgh committed to exploring the option of introducing a WPL in the City Mobility Plan 2021–2030

 

The City of Edinburgh Council is engaging with the public and stakeholders on the idea of using a workplace parking levy (WPL) to fund better transport services.

Responses to an online survey launched will help inform next steps for a potential WPL in Edinburgh.

The 12-week survey forms part of a period of engagement in the Scottish capital and will run alongside workshops with stakeholders and key interest groups.

A WPL aims to discourage the provision of free parking and car commuting,...

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