How much has London’s congestion charge made so far?



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    In the year 2006-2007, a reported £252.4 million was made as revenue from the congestion charge over the financial year. Nearly half of this income was reportedly spent on running the system, and following other deductions, the revenue from that year ended up being £89.1 million. The London congestion charge has been in effect since 2003, so presumably, somewhere around £534.6 million could have been made in total since the introduction of the congestion charge. 

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