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Congestion Charging Western Extension

On 29 September 2005, the Mayor confirmed, after consultation with stakeholders, business, other organisations and the public, the Variation Order for the western extension of the central London congestion charging zone.

The Variation Order extends the central London Congestion Charging zone to include an additional area to the west (see map below), bounded by Harrow Road (with a number of deviations), the West Cross Route, the inner southbound arm of the Earls Court One Way System and Chelsea Embankment. There will be no charge for using these boundary routes, and there will also be no charge for using the elevated section of the A40 (Westway) and the western arm of the Inner Ring Road (Edgware Road, Park Lane, Grosvenor Place and Vauxhall Bridge Road).

Map showing proposed area of enlarged congestion charging zone PDF

Details about the consultation and Transport for London's Report to the Mayor can be found on TfL's website.

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Further details about the Mayor's decision and the scheme are provided in the Mayor's decision statement and the Mayoral approval form.

Mayor's decision statement PDF
Mayor's decision statement RTF

Mayoral approval form PDF
Mayoral approval form RTF

Mayoral approval form - Appendix 1 PDF
Mayoral approval form - Appendix 1 RTF

Mayoral approval form - Appendix 2 PDF
Mayoral approval form - Appendix 2 RTF

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