Barking and Dagenham

Barnet

  • Barnet
    30% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Bexley

  • Bexley
    22% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Brent

  • Brent
    44% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Bromley

  • Bromley
    23% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Camden

  • Camden
    64% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

City of London

  • City of London
    77% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Croydon

  • Croydon
    34% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Ealing

  • Danish from Ealing
    “I stand with road pricing”
  • Ealing
    37% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Enfield

  • Enfield
    31% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Greenwich

  • Duncan from Greenwich
    “There are too many SUVs that are polluting and exempt. Road pricing would help reduce some of their mileage.”
  • Greenwich
    43% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Hackney

  • Andy from Hackney
    “it means those who use the roads most pay most for them.”
  • Toby from Hackney
    The current system “overall is failing to discourage driving and unnecessary car journeys”
  • Steve from Hackney
    “Less [cars] on the roads and the time they are on the roads the better for our city and our planet”
  • Hackney
    65% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Hammersmith and Fulham

Haringey

  • Toby from Haringey
    “Road pricing will also help drivers to consider alternative modes of transport in an effort to save money (among many benefits).”
  • Michael from Haringey
    “Broadly progressive, good for reducing emissions and car use [but] exemptions crucial for some”
  • Haringey
    53% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Harrow

  • Harrow
    25% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Havering

  • Havering
    22% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Hillingdon

Hounslow

  • Hounslow
    33% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Islington

Kensington and Chelsea

Kingston upon Thames

Lambeth

Lewisham

  • Clare from Lewisham
    “directly incentivises reduced driving in a way that other schemes don’t”
  • Lewisham
    48% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Merton

  • Merton
    33% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Newham

  • Newham
    52% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Redbridge

  • Redbridge
    28% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Richmond upon Thames

Southwark

  • Southwark
    60% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Sutton

  • Sutton
    23% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Tower Hamlets

  • Tower Hamlets
    23% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Waltham Forest

Wandsworth

  • Wandsworth
    48% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.

Westminster

  • Westminster
    66% households do not use a car. Exceeded WHO air pollution guidelines.
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