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Lucy Danger of EMERGE Recycling talking on Northwest Tonight about the Congestion Charge
Leicester City Council invited to bid for £2m for bus card schemeLeicester MercuryIf the city council successfully applied for the money, it would pay for machines that charge up the swipe cards with travel credits and staff costs. ...
...(TIF) bid. That would have seen nearly £3bn spent improving public transport across the region in return for a peak-hour congestion charge of up to £5 a day. Referendum The package was rejected in a region-wide referendum last December. But council...
Manchester Evening News
Manchester to get Oyster card systemManchester Evening NewsThat would have seen nearly £3bn spent improving public transport across the region in return for a peak-hour congestion charge of up to £5 a day. ...and more »
Traffic charge will hurt us allStoke & StaffordshireManchester tried last year to introduce congestion charges, the authorities were firmly put in there place by the voters after having a referendum. ...
MPs debate High-speed RailDeHavilland (press release) (subscription)It reduces congestion by encouraging people, as the hon. Gentleman said, to move from the roads on to the railway, and it also reduces the demand for ...and more »
Transport Committee hears from Lord Adonis on performance of the DfTDeHavilland (press release) (subscription)Mr Stringer asked about lessons learnt from the experiences of the London congestion charge and the debate over a similar Manchester scheme. ...and more »
Communique PR facing rebrand?Manchester Evening NewsSome of our projects – including the Stop The Charge campaign against Congestion Charging – were led from Manchester using BM's public affairs team in ...
Prospective Parliamentary Tory candidate for Rochdale chosenThe Asian News"Our successful campaign against Manchester's congestion charge last year shows that the Conservatives understand the needs of the local people. ...and more »
Daily MailMARTIN SAMUEL: Don't be fooled by this perfect storm - video replays may not workDaily MailIn modern life, we think of many things as panaceas: a new government, a congestion charge scheme, chicken noodle soup, fish-oil tablets, Joanna Lumley. ...and more »
Greater Manchester votes no to plans for a congestion charge - the announcement as broadcast live on Channel M.
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...recommended the government develop other measures to address congestion. The committee said proposed city-centre congestion charge plans had proved "unacceptable" in many areas. Manchester and Edinburgh have rejected congestion schemes in recent years while...
...piles of crap in return. Anyone remember the farcical campaign for congestion charging in Manchester. Where they managed to piss off both the pro and anti sides of the issue? ... rubbish crap nhs wythenshawe hospital great hand wash creativeconcern47 creativeconcern creative concern waste dross uhsm management idiots "steve connor" corruption "turd polishing" engaging people issues social infection control "joe paxton" university south manchester car park foolish retrojoe retrojoe1984 ...
...a government announcement last month that Greater Manchester will get a £1.4bn transport boost - even without the congestion charge. Cllr Richard Knowles, of the Greater ManchesterIntegrated Transport Authority, said: "The fact we've not got funding for...
Manchester Evening News
The result of our 4 week project on reviewing and diagramming the Manchester congestion charge, as a project for the msa ... manchester congestion charge
Transport Secretary Geoff Hoon in Manchester to announce "Plan B" for Manchester after the no vote in the congestion charge referendum. ... "geoff hoon" "transport secretary" Manchester congestion Metriolink trams
a first year architecture project - our plan to challenge the city of manchester and the people who live there. despite an overwhelming majority vote no for the congestion charge we want to re-define and re-brand the charge as change. look for the signs. look to the streets. change your city. change your vote.
...Chris Osuh February 24, 2009 GREATER Manchester has secured a £1m bonus for cutting traffic levels while the congestion charge debate raged. The region voted overwhelmingly in December to reject a government deal that would have seen nearly £3bn...
Manchester Evening News
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How Bolton people reacted to the Greater Manchester congestion charge no vote.
Live coverage prior to the annoucement of the result of the Greater Manchester Congestion Charge Referendum. We speak with Conservative Councillor Faraz Bhatti about the reason's he has been supporting the 'Stop the Charge' campaign.
Plans for congestion charging nationwide were thrown into chaos yesterday after the scheme was thrown out in Manchester.
The resounding referendum vote against is likely to signal the end for any national road pricing proposal.
And it will discourage
We speak to Conservative Councillor Faraz Bhatti to get his reaction to the result of the Greater Manchester Congestion Charge Referendum. 10 out of Greater Manchester's 10 broughs voted agaisn't bringing a congestion charge in return for billion's of pounds worth of public transport improvements.
The result as it was annouced live of how the 10 borough's of Greater Manchester voted in the congestion charge referedunm - yes or no to billion's of pounds worth of transport improvements in return for a peak time congestion charge. Aired: Friday 12th December 2008
The votes are in and later today, after months of political in-fighting,
mud-slinging, claim and counter-claim, the result of a referendum on
Britain's biggest Congestion Charge zone will be revealed.
Voters have now had their say on the Greater
The Tif referendum result was announced with every single borough giving the proposed congestion charge the thumbs down.
The former deputy prime minister claimed a 'yes' vote would be 'common sense for the health and economy of a great European city'.
Figures showed that with three days to go before polls close, only 38.2 per cent of people have bothered to vote.
Between now and the 11th of December the residents of Greater Manchester have the opportunity to vote yes or no to the Transport Innovation Fund package of £3 billion worth of investment funded by a peak time congestion charge. Do you want more than 10000 new jobs for our city, £3 billion worth of capital injection into the economy and the security to our economy for years to come? Do you want less congestion, quicker car journey times and a system where 90% of people massively benefit? Do ...
The MEN contacted the 28 MPs who represent Greater Manchester constituencies and asked whether they would be voting in favour of plans to create charging zones in exchange for a massive investment in public transport.
Sixteen said they would vote yes, eight opposed it. Four did not reply.
Royal Mail staff do a last minute check for referendum papers.
The United boss said the promise of billions of pounds in return for the charge was a 'once in a lifetime opportunity to put Greater Manchester in the premier league for public transport'.
HEATED exchanges fuelled the MEN's congestion charge debate as leaders of the two camps made a last-ditch bid for victory.
Say NO to the Manchester Congestion Charge. Another Stealth Tax. The promises will be broken This information is from reliable source.
Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Authority's banned congestion charge advertisement. Read more at www.how-do.co.uk
Information packs, which include voting slips, are being sent out to homes from today, with all 1.9m scheduled to be delivered by the end of this week.
THE man in charge of Greater Manchester's congestion charge referendum is being paid up to £600 a day.
Sir Neil McIntosh, who will oversee the count and came up with the question people will be asked, will also get a flat fee of £10,000 after votes are counted on December 12.
Following their commuter route towards Manchester on a dawn patrol with a team of the agency's traffic officers - watching how they improve safety on the region's motorways while cutting congestion by keeping traffic moving.
this position. To pay £1200 a year you'll have to do this perfectly over the 252 chargeable days of the year. 1. Start from outside of the outer zone, drive into that zone and then drive into the inner zone(City Centre) between the hours of 7am and 9.30am. 2. Then do the opposite driving out between the hours of 4pm and 6.30pm. 3. Do that nearly working day of the year. If TIF goes ahead straight away most people will have a better option before the charge is put in place. Its called ...
Use your vote in the referendum for the Manchester Congestion Charge. Filmed at Oldham Sixth form College. ... Oldham congestion charge referendum sixth form college
The Co-op and the TUC pledged their support for the bid to create two toll zones and secure nearly £3bn of transport funding from the government.
They bring the total number of employers in support of the Yes Campaign to 225.
PRESENT and past leaders of Manchester council - Sir Richard Leese and Graham Stringer MP - will go head-to-head in the M.E.N's congestion charge debate.
Lucy Powell: If we say no in this referendum then we put in serious jeopardy the biggest ever investment in public