At a First National Vehicle Contracts conference, Agenda for Action, he questioned whether the Government would make allowances for essential vehicle users in its plans to allow local authorities to introduce road-user charging. Partick McDemott, transport manager for Boscombe Community Hospital, called for a more obvious commitment from the Government to retain the alternative fuel price differential. But the conference heard there were still problems with the refuelling infrastructure that were deterring fleets.
Differing views on Government car use calls
23/11/1999 in NEWS