Capita bags £355m deal to deliver Transport for London's expanded pollution and congestion zones

Cecilia Keating
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London's ULEZ is set to expand to an area 18 times its existing size in October 2021
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London's ULEZ is set to expand to an area 18 times its existing size in October 2021

New deal is an extension of Capita's existing contracts with TfL and will see it work on the launch of London's expanded pollution charging zone in October 2021

Capita has scooped £355m in contacts from Transport for London (TfL) to manage London's Congestion Charge, Low Emissions Zone (LEZ), and Ultra Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ) for the next five years. The...

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