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CAPITA-OUTLOOK/
RTS1LX6T
January 31, 2018
A sign indicating the begining of the congestion charging zone, which is managed by Capita, is seen in...
London, United Kingdom
A sign indicating the begining of the congestion charging zone, which is managed by Capita, is seen in...
A sign indicating the begining of the congestion charging zone, which is managed by Capita, is seen in London, Britain, January 31, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville
CAPITA-OUTLOOK/
RTS1LX6S
January 31, 2018
A sign indicating the begining of the congestion charging zone, which is managed by Capita, is seen in...
London, United Kingdom
A sign indicating the begining of the congestion charging zone, which is managed by Capita, is seen in...
A sign indicating the begining of the congestion charging zone, which is managed by Capita, is seen in London, Britain, January 31, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville
HAITI-PROTESTS/
RTR4OX9W
February 09, 2015
People play soccer on a street blocked with a burnt car during an anti-government protest in Port-au-Prince...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
People play soccer on a street blocked with a burnt car during an anti-government protest in Port-au-Prince...
People play soccer on a street blocked with a burnt car during an anti-government protest in Port-au-Prince Feburary 9, 2015. Anti-government street protesters shut down Haiti's capital on Monday as the country plunges deeper into political and economic crises even as many prepare for the annual Carnival, normally a time of peaceful revelry. The usually congested streets of the capital were largely deserted on Monday, after opposition political parties and a minibus drivers union called the two-day general strike to protest high fuel prices. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares (HAITI - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST)
HAITI-PROTESTS/
RTR4OX9Q
February 09, 2015
People walk through one of the commercial main streets during an anti-government protest in Port-au-Prince...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
People walk through one of the commercial main streets during an anti-government protest in Port-au-Prince...
People walk through one of the commercial main streets during an anti-government protest in Port-au-Prince Feburary 9, 2015. Anti-government street protesters shut down Haiti's capital on Monday as the country plunges deeper into political and economic crises even as many prepare for the annual Carnival, normally a time of peaceful revelry. The usually congested streets of the capital were largely deserted on Monday, after opposition political parties and a minibus drivers union called the two-day general strike to protest high fuel prices. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares (HAITI - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST)
HAITI-PROTESTS/
RTR4OX9N
February 09, 2015
A man does push-ups while guarding a goal post as he and others play soccer on a street during an anti-government...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
A man does push-ups while guarding a goal post as he and others play soccer on a street during an anti-government...
A man does push-ups while guarding a goal post as he and others play soccer on a street during an anti-government protest in Port-au-Prince Feburary 9, 2015. Anti-government street protesters shut down Haiti's capital on Monday as the country plunges deeper into political and economic crises even as many prepare for the annual Carnival, normally a time of peaceful revelry. The usually congested streets of the capital were largely deserted on Monday, after opposition political parties and a minibus drivers union called the two-day general strike to protest high fuel prices. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares (HAITI - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST)
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/
RTX134JO
September 02, 2013
A street vendor sells fruit to his customer during a traffic jam at Tanjung Priok toll road in Jakarta...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A street vendor sells fruit to his customer during a traffic jam at Tanjung Priok toll road in Jakarta...
A street vendor sells fruit to his customer during a traffic jam at Tanjung Priok toll road in Jakarta September 2, 2013. Indonesia reported that annual inflation in August was the highest since January 2009, at 8.79 percent, and a survey showed that manufacturing activity contracted sharply last month. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
CHINA-STRIKE
RTR2PJXF
August 02, 2011
Policemen walk past a crowd gathered near the homes of taxi drivers in the suburbs of Hangzhou, Zhejiang...
Hangzhou, China
Policemen walk past a crowd gathered near the homes of taxi drivers in the suburbs of Hangzhou
Policemen walk past a crowd gathered near the homes of taxi drivers in the suburbs of Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 2, 2011. Taxi drivers in the Chinese tourist city of Hangzhou in eastern Zhejiang province went on strike for a second day on Tuesday to protest about rising gasoline prices and congested roads. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
CHINA-STRIKE
RTR2PJXD
August 02, 2011
Policemen march past a crowd gathered near the homes of taxi drivers in the suburbs of Hangzhou, Zhejiang...
Hangzhou, China
Policemen march past a crowd gathered near the homes of taxi drivers in the suburbs of Hangzhou
Policemen march past a crowd gathered near the homes of taxi drivers in the suburbs of Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 2, 2011. Taxi drivers in the Chinese tourist city of Hangzhou in eastern Zhejiang province went on strike for a second day on Tuesday to protest about rising gasoline prices and congested roads. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW ENERGY TRANSPORT)
CHINA-STRIKE
RTR2PJXB
August 02, 2011
Policemen stand near a crowd gathered near the homes of taxi drivers in the suburbs of Hangzhou, Zhejiang...
Shanghai, China
Policemen stand near a crowd gathered near the homes of taxi drivers in the suburbs of Hangzhou
Policemen stand near a crowd gathered near the homes of taxi drivers in the suburbs of Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 2, 2011. Taxi drivers in the Chinese tourist city of Hangzhou in eastern Zhejiang province went on strike for a second day on Tuesday to protest about rising gasoline prices and congested roads. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ENERGY TRANSPORT)
CHINA-STRIKE
RTR2PJX8
August 02, 2011
Striking taxi drivers sit behind a row of policemen seated at a road junction near the homes of taxi...
Hangzhou, China
Striking taxi drivers sit behind a row of policemen seated at a road junction near the homes of taxi...
Striking taxi drivers sit behind a row of policemen seated at a road junction near the homes of taxi drivers in the suburbs of Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 2, 2011. Taxi drivers in the Chinese tourist city of Hangzhou in eastern Zhejiang province went on strike for a second day on Tuesday to protest about rising gasoline prices and congested roads. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ENERGY TRANSPORT)
CHINA-TAXIS/STRIKE
RTR2PJPO
August 02, 2011
Policemen and taxi drivers gather around taxis parked on the road during a strike in Hangzhou, Zhejiang...
Hangzhou, China
Policemen and taxi drivers gather around taxis parked on the road during a strike in Hangzhou
Policemen and taxi drivers gather around taxis parked on the road during a strike in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 2, 2011.
Taxi drivers in the Chinese tourist city of Hangzhou in eastern Zhejiang province went on strike for a second day on Tuesday to protest about rising gasoline prices and congested roads. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
CHINA-TAXIS/STRIKE
RTR2PJPL
August 02, 2011
Policemen and taxi drivers gather around taxis parked on the road during a strike in Hangzhou, Zhejiang...
Hangzhou, China
Policemen and taxi drivers gather around taxis parked on the road during a strike in Hangzhou
Policemen and taxi drivers gather around taxis parked on the road during a strike in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 2, 2011.
Taxi drivers in the Chinese tourist city of Hangzhou in eastern Zhejiang province went on strike for a second day on Tuesday to protest about rising gasoline prices and congested roads. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
CHINA-TAXIS/STRIKE
RTR2PJPK
August 02, 2011
A motorcyclist rides past taxis parked on the road during a strike in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August...
Hangzhou, China
A motorcyclist rides past taxis parked on the road during a strike in Hangzhou
A motorcyclist rides past taxis parked on the road during a strike in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 2, 2011.
Taxi drivers in the Chinese tourist city of Hangzhou in eastern Zhejiang province went on strike for a second day on Tuesday to protest about rising gasoline prices and congested roads. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
CHINA-TAXIS/STRIKE
RTR2PJPJ
August 02, 2011
A man walks past taxis parked on the road during a strike in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 2, 2011....
Hangzhou, China
A man walks past taxis parked on the road during a strike in Hangzhou
A man walks past taxis parked on the road during a strike in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 2, 2011.
Taxi drivers in the Chinese tourist city of Hangzhou in eastern Zhejiang province went on strike for a second day on Tuesday to protest about rising gasoline prices and congested roads. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
CHINA-TAXIS/STRIKE
RTR2PJPI
August 02, 2011
Pedestrians walk past taxis parked on a street during a strike in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August...
Hangzhou, China
Pedestrians walk past taxis parked on a street during a strike in Hangzhou
Pedestrians walk past taxis parked on a street during a strike in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 2, 2011. Taxi drivers in the Chinese tourist city of Hangzhou in eastern Zhejiang province went on strike for a second day on Tuesday to protest about rising gasoline prices and congested roads. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
CHINA-TAXIS/STRIKE
RTR2PJPH
August 02, 2011
Policemen and taxi drivers gather around taxis parked on the road during a strike in Hangzhou, Zhejiang...
Hangzhou, China
Policemen and taxi drivers gather around taxis parked on the road during a strike in Hangzhou
Policemen and taxi drivers gather around taxis parked on the road during a strike in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 2, 2011.
Taxi drivers in the Chinese tourist city of Hangzhou in eastern Zhejiang province went on strike for a second day on Tuesday to protest about rising gasoline prices and congested roads. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
CHINA-TAXIS/STRIKE
RTR2PIMM
August 01, 2011
An overview shows parked taxies by a street and police vans on a nearby bridge during a strike in Hangzhou,...
Hangzhou, China
An overview shows parked taxies by a street and police vans on a nearby bridge during a strike in Hangzhou...
An overview shows parked taxies by a street and police vans on a nearby bridge during a strike in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 1, 2011. More than 1,000 taxi drivers in the Chinese tourist city of Hangzhou in eastern Zhejiang province went on strike on Monday to protest about rising gasoline prices and congested roads, state media reported. REUTERS/Lang Lang (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
CHINA-TAXIS/STRIKE
RTR2PIMF
August 01, 2011
A taxi driver yawns during a strike in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 1, 2011. More than 1,000 taxi...
Hangzhou, China
A taxi driver yawns during a strike in Hangzhou
A taxi driver yawns during a strike in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 1, 2011. More than 1,000 taxi drivers in the Chinese tourist city of Hangzhou in eastern Zhejiang province went on strike on Monday to protest about rising gasoline prices and congested roads, state media reported. REUTERS/Steven Shi (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
CHINA/
RTXWMIK
January 16, 2011
Delegates clap to welcome Beijing mayor Guo Jinlong deliver a government work report during the opening...
Beijing, China
Delegates clap to welcome Beijing mayor Guo Jinlong deliver a government work report in Beijing
Delegates clap to welcome Beijing mayor Guo Jinlong deliver a government work report during the opening ceremony of 13th Beijing People's Congress in Beijing, January 16, 2011. Soaring housing prices and traffic congestion are among the major bottlenecks that harass Beijing's social and economic development, Guo said at the municipal parliament session opening on Sunday, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA/
RTXWMII
January 16, 2011
A conductor performs in front of the Chinese national emblem during the opening ceremony of 13th Beijing...
Beijing, China
A conductor performs in front of the Chinese national emblem in Beijing
A conductor performs in front of the Chinese national emblem during the opening ceremony of 13th Beijing People's Congress in Beijing, January 16, 2011. Soaring housing prices and traffic congestion are among the major bottlenecks that harass Beijing's social and economic development, Mayor Guo Jinlong said at the municipal parliament session opening on Sunday, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA/
RTXWMIG
January 16, 2011
A conductor performs in front of the senior delegates as they stand to sing the Chinese national anthem...
Beijing, China
A conductor performs in front of the senior delegates in Beijing
A conductor performs in front of the senior delegates as they stand to sing the Chinese national anthem during the opening ceremony of 13th Beijing People's Congress in Beijing, January 16, 2011. Soaring housing prices and traffic congestion are among the major bottlenecks that harass Beijing's social and economic development, Mayor Guo Jinlong said at the municipal parliament session opening on Sunday, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA/
RTXWMIB
January 16, 2011
Beijing mayor Guo Jinlong delivers a government work report during the opening ceremony of 13th Beijing...
Beijing, China
Beijing mayor Guo Jinlong delivers a government work report in Beijing
Beijing mayor Guo Jinlong delivers a government work report during the opening ceremony of 13th Beijing People's Congress in Beijing, January 16, 2011. Soaring housing prices and traffic congestion are among the major bottlenecks that harass Beijing's social and economic development, Guo said at the municipal parliament session opening on Sunday, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
VIDEOTRON/
RTR2I3Y6
September 09, 2010
Videotron Ltee Chief Executive Robert Depatie uses a mobile phone at a news conference to launch the...
Montreal, Canada
Videotron Ltee Chief Executive Robert Depatie uses a mobile phone at a news conference to launch the...
Videotron Ltee Chief Executive Robert Depatie uses a mobile phone at a news conference to launch the company's wireless network in Montreal September 9, 2010. Quebecor's Videotron cable arm launched 3G wireless service on Thursday, a move likely to pressure prices in an increasingly congested Canadian market. REUTERS/Shaun Best (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS)
VIDEOTRON/
RTR2I3XW
September 09, 2010
Videotron Ltee Chief Executive Robert Depatie holds a mobile phone at a news conference to launch the...
Montreal, Canada
Videotron Ltee Chief Executive Robert Depatie holds a mobile phone at a news conference to launch the...
Videotron Ltee Chief Executive Robert Depatie holds a mobile phone at a news conference to launch the company's wireless network in Montreal, September 9, 2010. Quebecor's Videotron cable arm launched 3G wireless service on Thursday, a move likely to pressure prices in an increasingly congested Canadian market. REUTERS/Shaun Best (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDONESIA/
RTR295K6
January 20, 2010
A worker walks at a coal storage area at an Indonesian Power Plant in Suralaya, in Banten province January...
Banten, Indonesia
A worker walks at a coal storage area at an Indonesian Power Plant in Suralaya
A worker walks at a coal storage area at an Indonesian Power Plant in Suralaya, in Banten province January 20, 2010. Asian benchmark Australian thermal coal prices rose 1.3 percent this week to a new 14-month high on strong demand from China, grappling with one of its worst winters in decades. Slower production in Indonesia from wet weather and severe congestion in coal ports in China, Australia and Indonesia also caused supply constraints and helped push prices higher. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
INDONESIA/
RTR295K0
January 20, 2010
An excavator loads coal onto a truck at a coal storage area at an Indonesian Power Plant in Suralaya,...
Banten, Indonesia
An excavator loads coal onto a truck at a coal storage area at an Indonesian Power Plant in Suralaya
An excavator loads coal onto a truck at a coal storage area at an Indonesian Power Plant in Suralaya, in Banten province January 20, 2010. Asian benchmark Australian thermal coal prices rose 1.3 percent this week to a new 14-month high on strong demand from China, grappling with one of its worst winters in decades. Slower production in Indonesia from wet weather and severe congestion in coal ports in China, Australia and Indonesia also caused supply constraints and helped push prices higher. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
INDONESIA/
RTR295JY
January 20, 2010
An excavator loads coal onto a truck at a coal storage area at an Indonesian Power Plant in Suralaya,...
Banten, Indonesia
An excavator loads coal onto a truck at a coal storage area at an Indonesian Power Plant in Suralaya
An excavator loads coal onto a truck at a coal storage area at an Indonesian Power Plant in Suralaya, in Banten province January 20, 2010. Asian benchmark Australian thermal coal prices rose 1.3 percent this week to a new 14-month high on strong demand from China, grappling with one of its worst winters in decades. Slower production in Indonesia from wet weather and severe congestion in coal ports in China, Australia and Indonesia also caused supply constraints and helped push prices higher. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
INDONESIA/
RTR295JU
January 20, 2010
People stand in between an excavator and a truck at an area storing coal at an Indonesian Power Plant...
Banten, Indonesia
People stand in between an excavator and a truck at an area storing coal at an Indonesian Power Plant...
People stand in between an excavator and a truck at an area storing coal at an Indonesian Power Plant in Suralaya, in Banten province January 20, 2010. Asian benchmark Australian thermal coal prices rose 1.3 percent this week to a new 14-month high on strong demand from China, grappling with one of its worst winters in decades. Slower production in Indonesia from wet weather and severe congestion in coal ports in China, Australia and Indonesia also caused supply constraints and helped push prices higher. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
INDONESIA/
RTR295JN
January 20, 2010
Excavators pile coal in a storage area in an Indonesian Power Plant in Suralaya, in Banten province January...
Banten, Indonesia
Excavators pile coal in a storage area in an Indonesian Power Plant in Suralaya
Excavators pile coal in a storage area in an Indonesian Power Plant in Suralaya, in Banten province January 20, 2010. Asian benchmark Australian thermal coal prices rose 1.3 percent this week to a new 14-month high on strong demand from China, grappling with one of its worst winters in decades. Slower production in Indonesia from wet weather and severe congestion in coal ports in China, Australia and Indonesia also caused supply constraints and helped push prices higher. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
BRITAIN-CONGESTION/
RTR1ML3K
February 19, 2007
A car drives pass a congestion charge sign on a street near Earls Court Road in west London February...
London, United Kingdom
A car drives pass a congestion charge sign on a street near Earls Court Road in west London
A car drives pass a congestion charge sign on a street near Earls Court Road in west London February 19, 2007. The western extension to the London congestion charging zone comes into force on Monday and will cost 8 pounds ($15.60) per day. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CONGESTION/
RTR1ML3I
February 19, 2007
A passer-by walks over a congestion charge sign on a street near Earls Court Road in west London February...
London, United Kingdom
A passer-by walks over a congestion charge sign on a street near Earls Court Road in west London
A passer-by walks over a congestion charge sign on a street near Earls Court Road in west London February 19, 2007. The western extension to the London congestion charging zone comes into force on Monday and will cost 8 pounds ($15.60) per day. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CONGESTION/
RTR1MKQB
February 19, 2007
A congestion charge pay reminder sign is displayed in London February 19, 2007. The western extension...
London, United Kingdom
A congestion charge pay reminder sign is displayed in London
A congestion charge pay reminder sign is displayed in London February 19, 2007. The western extension to the London congestion charging zone comes into force on Monday and will cost 8 pounds ($15.60) per day. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CONGESTION/
RTR1MKQ9
February 19, 2007
A congestion charge pay reminder sign is displayed in London February 19, 2007. The western extension...
London, United Kingdom
A congestion charge pay reminder sign is displayed in London
A congestion charge pay reminder sign is displayed in London February 19, 2007. The western extension to the London congestion charging zone comes into force on Monday and will cost 8 pounds ($15.60) per day. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CONGESTION/
RTR1MKPT
February 19, 2007
A congestion charge pay reminder sign is seen in London February 19, 2007. The western extension to the...
London, United Kingdom
A congestion charge pay reminder sign is seen in London
A congestion charge pay reminder sign is seen in London February 19, 2007. The western extension to the London congestion charging zone comes into force on Monday and will cost 8 pounds ($15.6) per day. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CONGESTION/
RTR1MHIL
February 16, 2007
Motorists drive past the new congestion zone symbols on the road at Chelsea Bridge in London February...
London, United Kingdom
Motorists drive past the new congestion zone symbols on the road at Chelsea Bridge in London
Motorists drive past the new congestion zone symbols on the road at Chelsea Bridge in London February 16, 2007. The western extension to the London congestion charging zone is due to come into force on February 19 and will cost 8 pound ($15.6) a day. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTR1MDB9
February 13, 2007
A road symbol showing the congestion zone 'C' is seen in southwest London February 13, 2007. The western...
London, United Kingdom
Road symbol showing the congestion zone 'C' is seen in southwest London
A road symbol showing the congestion zone 'C' is seen in southwest London February 13, 2007. The western extension to the London congestion charging zone is due to come into force February 19 and will cost 8GBP-a-day. Picture taken using time-exposure. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTR1MDB5
February 13, 2007
A road symbol showing the congestion zone 'C' is seen in southwest London February 13, 2007. The western...
London, United Kingdom
Road symbol showing the congestion zone 'C' is seen in southwest London
A road symbol showing the congestion zone 'C' is seen in southwest London February 13, 2007. The western extension to the London congestion charging zone is due to come into force February 19 and will cost 8GBP-a-day. Picture taken with time-exposure. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
THAILAND
RTR9128
August 22, 2004
Vehicles form a traffic congestion on a street in Bangkok August 22, 2004. Thailand will collect fees...
Bangkok, Thailand
Vehicles form a traffic congestion on a street in Bangkok.
Vehicles form a traffic congestion on a street in Bangkok August 22, 2004. Thailand will collect fees from motorists who drive into the inner city areas of Bangkok during rush hour in a bid to encourage the use of public transportation following the rise in oil prices. Reuters/Chaiwat Subprasom CS/FA
BRITAIN CONGESTION
RTR155O5
February 17, 2003
Cyclists ride past "C" signs marking the start of the congestion charging zone in central London, February...
London, UK
CYCLISTS RIDE PAST "C" SIGNS MARKING THE START OF THE CONGESTION CHARGE ZONE IN CENTRAL LONDON.
Cyclists ride past "C" signs marking the start of the congestion charging zone in central London, February 17, 2003. The world's biggest traffic congestion charge scheme went live at 0700 GMT in London on Monday, using 800 cameras and 400 points in and around an eight-square-mile (21square km) area of the city centre to monitor the licence plates of the 250,000 motorists who drive in the area each day, who will each pay a fee of five pounds a day. TPORT REUTERS/Russell Boyce RUS/ASA
BRITAIN CONGESTION
RTRIHYU
February 17, 2003
Motorists drive over "C" signs marking the start of the congestion charging zone before the scheme comes...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
MOTORISTS DRIVE OVER CONGESTION CHARGE ZONE "C" SIGNS BEFORE CHARGING COMES INTO FORCE IN CENTRAL LONDON....
Motorists drive over "C" signs marking the start of the congestion charging zone before the scheme comes into force in central London February 17, 2003. The world's biggest traffic congestion charge scheme went live at 0700 GMT in London on Monday, using 800 cameras and 400 points in and around an eight-square-mile (21square km) area of the city centre to monitor the licence plates of the 250,000 motorists who drive in the area each day, who will each pay a fee of five pounds ($8) a day. TPORT REUTERS/Russell Boyce Pictures of the month February 2003 RUS/ASA/jm
BRITAIN CONGESTION
RTRIG6X
February 17, 2003
A pigeon stands on a "C" sign marking the start of the congestion
charging zone in central London, February...
London, UK
A PIGEON STANDS ON A "C" SIGN MARKING THE START OF THE CONGESTION
CHARGE ZONE IN CENTRAL LONDON.
A pigeon stands on a "C" sign marking the start of the congestion
charging zone in central London, February 17, 2003. The world's biggest
traffic congestion charge scheme went live at 0700 GMT in London on
Monday, using 800 cameras and 400 points in and around an
eight-square-mile (21 square km) area of the city centre to monitor the
licence plates of the 250,000 motorists who drive in the area each day,
who will each pay a fee of five pounds ($8) a day. REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid

ASA/CRB
BRITAIN CONGESTION
RTRIG6F
February 17, 2003
A car drives over a "C" sign marking the start of the congestion
charging zone in central London, February...
London, UK
A CAR DRIVES OVER A "C" SIGN MARKING THE START OF THE CONGESTION CHARGE
ZONE IN CENTRAL LONDON.
A car drives over a "C" sign marking the start of the congestion
charging zone in central London, February 17, 2003. The world's biggest
traffic congestion charge scheme went live at 0700 GMT in London on
Monday, using 800 cameras and 400 points in and around an
eight-square-mile (21square km) area of the city centre to monitor the
licence plates of the 250,000 motorists who drive in the area each day,
who will each pay a fee of five pounds a day. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

ASA
BRITAIN CONGESTION
RTRIG5Z
February 17, 2003
A cyclist passes a "C" sign indicating the start of the congestion
charging zone in central London February...
London, UK
A CYCLIST PASSES A "C" SIGN INDICATING THE START OF THE CONGESTION
CHARGING ZONE IN CENTRAL LONDON.
A cyclist passes a "C" sign indicating the start of the congestion
charging zone in central London February 17, 2003. The world's biggest
traffic congestion charge scheme went live at 0700 GMT in London on
Monday, using 800 cameras and 400 points in and around an
eight-square-mile (21square km) area of the city centre to monitor the
licence plates of the 250,000 motorists who drive in the area each day,
who will each pay a fee of five pounds a day. REUTERS/Matt Dunham

MD/ASA
BRITAIN CONGESTION
RTRIG5L
February 17, 2003
A woman crosses the road over a "C" sign marking the start of the
congestion charging zone in central...
London, UK
A WOMAN CROSSES THE ROAD OVER A "C" SIGN MARKING THE START OF THE
CONGESTION CHARGE ZONE IN CENTRAL...
A woman crosses the road over a "C" sign marking the start of the
congestion charging zone in central London, February 17, 2003. The
world's biggest traffic congestion charge scheme went live at 0700 GMT
in London on Monday, using 800 cameras and 400 points in and around an
eight-square-mile (21square km) area of the city centre to monitor the
licence plates of the 250,000 motorists who drive in the area each day,
who will each pay a fee of five pounds a day. REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RUS/ASA
BRITAIN CONGESTION
RTRIF0K
February 16, 2003
A TRAFFIC SIGN WITH A "C" SYMBOL INDICATING THE START OF THE CONGESTION CHARGING ZONE IS SEEN IN CENTRAL...
London, UK
A TRAFFIC SIGN WITH A "C" SYMBOL INDICATING THE START OF THE CONGESTION CHARGING ZONE IS SEEN IN CENTRAL...
A TRAFFIC SIGN WITH A "C" SYMBOL INDICATING THE START OF THE CONGESTION CHARGING ZONE IS SEEN IN CENTRAL LONDON. A traffic sign with a "C" symbol indicating the start of the congestion charging zone is seen in central London February 16, 2003, the camera symbol denotes the start of the congestion CCTV (Close Circuit Television) cameras. In a Big Brother type urban surveillance scheme, 800 cameras at 400 points in and around an eight-square-mile (21 square km) chunk of the city centre will monitor the license plates of the 250,000 motorists who drive in the area every day. The new traffic scheme, which will charge motorists 5 pounds stirling ($8.10) to enter central London, will start from 0700GMT on Monday. TPORT REUTERS/Stephen Hird
ENERGY GERMANY
RTR8DVV
September 19, 2000
A pedestrian walks in front of a convoy of trucks, taxis and buses causing road congestion Hamburg September...
Hamburg, Germany
PEDESTRIAN WALKS IN FRONT OF CONVOY OF TRUCKS DURING A PROTEST IN HAMBURG.
A pedestrian walks in front of a convoy of trucks, taxis and buses causing road congestion Hamburg September 19, 2000. About 300 vehicles took part in a protest against high petrol prices. The banner left on the truck reads "We Won't Let Ourselves Be Driven into the Abyss.

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