New London Architecture)
Tuesday 1 March 2016
David Taylor, Editor, NLQ
London needs to grasp the nettle of road charging to avoid a gridlocked capital city in future decades. But to get there it must develop a narrative with ‘carrots’ as well as ‘sticks’ to convince all road ‘users’ of its worth.
That was one of the overriding messages to emerge from a wide- ranging NLA Think Tank co-hosted by Transport for London called ‘Who should pay for London’s Roads?’