Mayor of London Boris Johnson has said he will consult with the Government about the possibility of a congestion charge in West London.
Boris told London Assembly members he will consult about the prospect of a clean air zone in west London. LibDem London Assembly members had raised that the recent suspension of flights significantly reduced levels of nitrous oxide in the air, and that significant amounts of the reduction were due to the fall off in surface traffic. The Mayor said: I will examine it and I will consult members of the Liberal Democrat and Conservative coalition about what kind of congestion charge they might support in west London.
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