Tuesday, 21 July 2009

Dartford River Crossing


So the power cut that has affected Dartford has highlighted a statement made by the Minister of Transport.


When approving the increase in charges for using the Dartford Crossing it was said the hike was to 'reduce congestion'.


The power cut caused charges to be suspended, result........no congestion. at about 5pm charges were reintroduced...........result congestion. I rest my case.

5 comments:

Richard Card said...

Hi Ken

I think the Darent Valley hospital emergency generator system worked OK throughout the period of the powercut.

If so well done Darent Valley.

Peter Checksfield said...

I'm sure he meant "reduce congestion" in London, not the tunnel...

Anonymous said...

Oh, come on Ken, enough of the political point-scoring. Get your kit off and let's see more of the type of pic that Eastcliff Richard has displayed of you. Big sexy hunk of a man!

Stop Manston Expansion Group said...

Conservative policy to stop charging at the dartford crossing if they get in then?

Ken Gregory said...

If it were within my power it would be, but thats just my view.
Its a policy I would support