Transport for London Congestion Charge increases to come into force in London next month

Times Series: The changes, due to come in to effect on June 16, are the first price increases to the Congestion Charge since 2011 The changes, due to come in to effect on June 16, are the first price increases to the Congestion Charge since 2011

Congestion Charge increases will come into effect from the middle of next month, Transport for London has confirmed.

Daily rates will rise from £10 to £11.50, or £10.50 if paid using the Auto Pay system, and will increase to £14 if paid the following day.

The changes, due to come in to effect on June 16, are the first price increases to the Congestion Charge since 2011.

TfL expects to raise £82.7million in additional revenue, which it says will be reinvested into London’s transport network.

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10:19am Thu 29 May 14

DJFearRoss says...

Whilst I agree with the congestion charge, I think it's too high. Why should only the rich be able to travel to London by car? I believe even the rich that live there in central London don't even pay the full amount.
Whilst I agree with the congestion charge, I think it's too high. Why should only the rich be able to travel to London by car? I believe even the rich that live there in central London don't even pay the full amount. DJFearRoss
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