According to yesterday's Standard, so it must be true:
Roger Evans, Tory transport spokesman doggedly questions the Mayor on plans for a Greenwich congestion charge, despite assurances that "there is no scheme".
But if there really are no plans why waste time on a survey of public opinion? And why were people given five different options for such a scheme but not a 'none of the above' option if the Mayor has an open mind? And why, if it is entirely a matter for Greenwich Council without TfL involvement, is the option of combining the Greenwich zone with the existing (extended) zone for payment purposes, being considered? And why isn't the consultation taking place over a wider area if the Blackwall Tunnel is to be affected?
So many questions - but no real answers last week....