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Governing coalition party, Centre party would love to see more tolls createdMonday, 23 April 2012
One of the Swedish governing coalition parties, Centre Party would like that more Swedish cities should follow Stockholm, Gothenburg and to set congestion charges.
The party's new infrastructure program mentioned Uppsala and Linköping as possible candidates to follow.
The party wants the number of journeys on public transportnto double and that a cross-regional payment system is introduced to simplify travel from county to county, writes the party leader Annie Loof and the party's traffic spokesperson, Anders Åkesson, on the Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter’s debate page.
The question now is whether congestion charge police will be popular with the people. There were protests in Gothenburg when the congestion prising system was proposed there. The Centre party has not been performing well in the opinion polls of late. The doubt now is whether such approaches will help the party’s standing.
By Scancomark.se Team
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