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Title: Regeneration friend or foe? issues with national congestion pricing
Author(s): McQuaid, Ronald
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Issue Date: Jul-2005
Publisher: Scottish Urban Regeneration Forum
Citation: McQuaid R (2005) Regeneration friend or foe? issues with national congestion pricing, Scotregen, 7.2005 (31), pp. 4-5.
Abstract: There has been support for the Minister for Transport, Alistair Darling, as he took the major step of proposing trials for a national Road User or Congestion Charging scheme.1 According to a Department for Transport feasibility study, the cost to drivers could vary from a low of 2p per mile up to £1.34 for congested roads.2 But what are its implications of national congestion pricing for regeneration?
Type: Newspaper/Magazine Article
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Affiliation: Edinburgh Napier University

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