IPPR Conference - 26 October 2005. Building a consensus on national road pricing: the challenges ahead Session 3 The next steps for London Dick Halle Transport for London. What I shall talk about today:. What has happened in London to date The effectiveness of measures introduced
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Saturday pm off peak IT IS graph
Policy intervention that has ‘increased space available’
Central London only
Feb / Mar 2002
Feb / Mar 2003
An extra 4m daily trips by 2025
Daily trips in London (m)
The historic trend has been fuelled by a number of trends including strong employment growth, lower fares, increase in capacity on underground (JLE) and latterly sharply increasing bus use. Daily trips for main mode of transport used, includes all walking trips.
Projected increase in car trips
Possible Impact of policies to limit car trips
Projected increase in
public transport trips
Optimising the road network
Actively encouraging modal shift
*Links to the Freight Plan are also being made
Making use of TfL’s experience and knowledge
TfL’s integrated transport responsibilities
London trials of alternative road user charging technologies have shown:
Tag take up
Re-procurement of CLoCCS/WEZ
Pay unattractive flat
1. Single flat rate £8
charge per day
2. Charge by:
We are currently discussing ways to tackle the growing transport problems London with the boroughs and other key stakeholders.
We hope to be considered for TiF because we want to help inform the development of such a significant policy.