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Road Charging and Privatisation

Road Charging and Privatisation

An argument for the privatisation of Britain’s major roads, with compulsory GPS trackers fitted in cars to monitor road use, in order to rebalance the cost of driving vis-a-vis rail trainsport and to improve efficiency in the upkeep of the road network.

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