Traffic jams covering Birmingham are at slightest as awful as they were previous to the road was unbolted as motorists declined to pay to utilize the 27-mile elongate that was proposed to terminate congestion on the M6.
The statement made by the environmental group, Campaign for Better Transport, sways in at a time when the Alliance has expressed that it considers that the private investment will be desired to pay for additional motorways.
The M6 toll road, which trickles covering the north west of Birmingham, unbolted in the year December 2003. It was intended to take some stress off one the busiest stretch out of the motorway in Britain.
When it unbolted, drivers were charged £2 to utilize the road. A sequence of above inflation augmentation has witnessed the bill levitate to £5.
This has overlapped with the number of motorists enthusiastic to pay diminishing noticeably, the review articulates.
In the spring of the year 2006 it engrossed just fewer than 60,000 drivers a day. By the launch of this year, the number had tumble to just over 40,000, slightly more than when the toll unbolted.
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