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Alan McKinnon – Professor of Logistics

Road tolling

A review of European truck tolling schemes and assessment of their possible impact on logistics systems
Paper

McKinnon, A.C. in International Journal of Logistics: Research and Applications, 9 (3): 191-205 (2006)

Truck tolling schemes have been introduced in Switzerland, Austria and Germany. Britain was planning to launch a lorry road user charging (LRUC) system in 2008, though this has been indefinitely delayed. This paper reviews the various schemes and reveals wide differences in their objectives, coverage, technology, procedures and toll levels. ...

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Government plans for lorry road-user charging in the UK: a critique and an alternative
Paper

McKinnon, A.C. in Transport Policy, 13 (3): 204-216 (2006)

The British government was planning to introduce a system of road-user charging for lorries in 2008. In July 2005, it decided to abandon these plans and incorporate the development of a charging scheme for trucks into a future road pricing system for all categories of traffic. ...

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Lorry Road User Charging (LRUC): REPORT SERIES
Report

Presentation and series of reports submitted to the UK government

In 2004-5 I was actively involved in a debate over the UK government’s plans for lorry road-user charging (LRUC).  The declared objective of LRUC was to ensure that British and foreign hauliers paid similar levels of tax for their use of the UK road network.  ...

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