The Small Businesses Federation has called for 'root and branch' reform of the Congestion Charge.
They say the charge- which TFL plans to increase this year- is effectively tax on small businesses, not a way of controlling congestion.
They say the congestion charge should stay the same while a new review is carried out - which should consider major changes such as creating a one free car pass for small businesses.
However, London First, a non-profit business organisation, say their members accept not only the existence of the charge but that it has to increase in order to keep more traffic off the roads and improve the capital.
Traffic jams in London are getting worse, with each of Britain's top 10 most congested roads in the capital. New research shows a big jump in wasted hours during the London commute, rising from 72 hours in 2012 to 82 hours last year. These are the top ten most congested roads:
Transport for London says misleading adverts for congestion charge sites have been removed from the search pages of Google. ITV News London first highlighted how 1,000 people a day were charged more than the regular amount by paying through unofficial websites.
The websites claimed they were providing "additional services", but TFL said those services were "non-existent".
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Robbie Dee A friend works on one of these websites. And people do not read the small print on anything. People are to quick to click. If you were to read up first you would not pay more. They are providing are service.
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Louise Phokou Not this site but just got a passport, on the first Google search page for "passport renewal" the top website charges £72.50 for "checking" you filled in the form correctly! Have written to Google but it's still there.