Reports confirm that Transport for London, the London mayor's transport organization, is set to increase the charge to $10 from $8, in the original central London congestion charging zone.
The move corresponds with the abolishing of charging in the west London extension. The fees in the west London extension were introduced in February 2007.
Montreal-region buses are experiencing improvements in their pattern and features, with a blue-and-green color scheme to denote ecological affability, and new visual and sound gear to assist travelers reach their destinations.
Yesterday, the Société de transport de Laval (STL) offered the revised designs.
The strands of volcanic ash that closed the European airspace for at least six days last months, on the other hand, helped the National Express Group PLC (NEX. LN) to hike up with its services. The company's buses and trains had to repatriate 12,000 travelers across Europe and 6,000 between London and Scotland, through its buses and trains services.
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