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“I can understand the principle, but it penalises rural dwellers. They generally have to travel longer distances to get to work or amenities. Many rural jobs are low paid. If more people moved away from rural areas to reduce their road use, it would just increase pressure on urban housing, whilst at the same time, making shrinking rural communities (schools, shops, hospitals, etc) even less viable. Perhaps “dynamic” road pricing linked to congestion levels in a given area at a given time? “

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