LTT873 17 July 2023
AA suggests ‘access rationing’ alternative as ULEZ expansion puts focus on issue of urban vehicle impacts
The AA has suggested that a form of rationing which provides limited access to non-compliant vehicles could be a way of softening the introduction of tougher measures to control the adverse impacts of urban motoring.
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