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TFN poll: should all our cities introduce congestion charges?

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Glasgow could move forward with plans to introduce a congestion charge.

The city is finalising plans for the country’s first low emissions zone, with a report into plans to charge vehicles to enter the city centre set to be completed by next spring.

Campaigners have said targets set out by Glasgow City Council lack ambition – but others see it as an important step forward in the battle to cut emissions.

What do you think? Should this be extended - should all our cities introduce congestion charges?

Should all our cities introduce congestion charges?

Yes
22
No
28
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