The Government is considering introducing the UK’s first pay-per-mile system for drivers in a bid to cut emissions and traffic. The Department for Transport would charge lorry drivers using mileage and emissions-based charges in a bid to raise funds to improve existing roads. Speaking on Radio 4’s Today Programme, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said: “What e have not been doing is sorting out the next tier down of roads, the trunk roads which used to be A roads..what we are ...
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