London leads - will rest follow?
Livingstone goes for compromise to turn dream into reality

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Stuart Millar, technology correspondent
Saturday July 14, 2001
The Guardian

After 40 years of chicken-and-egg debate, few Britons believed they would ever see it in their lifetimes. But like colour television and a man walking on the moon, congestion charging is set to become reality.

But a full two years before it goes live, Ken Livingstone's ambitious plan to charge drivers 5 to bring their vehicles into central London on weekdays has already divided the capital.

The implications of Livingstone's plan which was announced less than a week ago stretch far beyond the metropolis. Across the country, big city authorities, struggling through their own congestion conundrums, are watching

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