Petition update

LPHCA launch new 'PHVs should not be Congestion Charged' campaign to spread awareness

Licensed Private Hire Car Association

Jan 16, 2019 — 

Following the announcement from Transport for London that from 8 April 2019 Private Hire Vehicles (PHVs) will no longer be exempt from paying the Congestion Charge when driving in central London, the LPHCA has stepped up our campaign to raise awareness that PHVs should not be Congestion Charged.

Private Hire Vehicles being Congestion Charged will result in draconian fare increases to what is currently an affordable mode of door-to-door transport. Please share this with your customers and corporate clients to let them know that fares will be considerably increased if this is implemented.

Initially our campaign was focused on London, where our petition against the implementation of Congestion Charging PHVs had over 10,000 signatures in the first 6 months, but we have since devolved our petition and campaign from London-based, to PHVs nationally.

How can you help:

If you're on Twitter, please like and retweet our 'PHVs should not be Congestion Charged' campaign tweet - click here to view

If you're on LinkedIn, please share our 'PHVs should not be Congestion Charged' campaign post - click here to view

Please share these links with as many people as possible and encourage them to help spread the word and raise awareness

Please consider sharing our campaign image on your own social media channels to help us connect with new people - to obtain our GIF/video contact us by emailing office@lphca.co.uk.


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