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Congestion Charge

House of Commons Commission written question – answered on 27th January 2003.

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Photo of Dr Brian Mawhinney Dr Brian Mawhinney Conservative, North West Cambridgeshire

To ask the hon. Member for Roxburgh and Berwickshire, representing the House of Commons Commission if he will arrange for a payment point to be set up in the precinct of the House to enable hon. Members and others to pay the Congestion Charge.

Photo of Mr Archy Kirkwood Mr Archy Kirkwood Chair, Work and Pensions Committee

Over recent months House officials have sought to make arrangements with Transport for London for a Congestion Charge payment point to be installed at a convenient location in the Palace of Westminster, and they will continue to press TFL for early action.

Meanwhile, hon. Members may wish to know that there is a payment machine at the entrance to the Abingdon Green car park, and that other methods of payment include:

Online at www.cclondon.com;

By telephone on 0845 900 1234;

By mobile phone text message, having registered online or by telephone;

At a range of petrol stations and retail outlets;

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