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Charging drivers for road use could raise revenue for transport projects, reduce congestion and improve the environment in urban areas. So says a report from the Parliamentary Office of Science & Technology. What is new about that, a variety of road users, road abusers and other readers might ask? The forthcoming Transport White Paper, which is expected next month, might tell us. Then again, it might not.