Johnson’s London Dictionary: Congestion Charge

CONGESTION CHARGE (v.t.) A tallage made upon a costermonger to drive his cart into the metropolis centre, that suffers heavy traffik doth caus’d by bycicle lanes

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2 thoughts on “Johnson’s London Dictionary: Congestion Charge”

  1. I read somewhere that traffic congestion was actually much worse in Central London before WW2. I think they left bringing in the charge rather late. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

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