Could Wellington commuters be stung by new road charges?

From Nine To Noon, 9:08 am on 9 September 2015

Wellington's regional council is considering introducing congestion charges, motorway tolls and increased parking levies to deal with a projected increase in traffic coming into the capital. The council's transport commitee met on Tuesday to discuss options to deal with the influx. Reports by Greater Wellington Regional Council show there are expected to be 11,500 more cars entering Wellington during the morning rush in 2031. Paul Swain, is the chairman of the Wellington Regional Transport Committee. Wellington City Councillor, Andy Foster, heads the Transport and Urban development committee.