Congestion Charge Customer Service Numbers

  1. Call at +0845 900 1234

  2. Head Office Location: Post Office Box 4782, Worthing, United Kingdom
  3. Driving Direction: Follow the directions to locate Congestion Charge
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How/Where To Pay Bill For Congestion Charge
Bill Payment: You can pay your bill to Congestion Charge with the facility provided.
Information about fares for all TfL services. Congestion Charge is associated with TfL,Fares, London, travel, tfl, price of travel.

How To Contact Congestion Charge Via Message?
Contact us: You can write a text message to Congestion Charge for any issue through the contact us page of
Answers to the questions we are most frequently asked, along with a range of links and useful contacts. Congestion Charge is associated with TfL,complaint, complaints.

To Create Account on Congestion Charge
Sign Up/Register Account: If you are not a registered user, you can create an account.
It's quick and easy to manage your travel with a contactless and Oyster account. Congestion Charge is associated with TfL,Contactless account, oyster account, contactless and oyster account, pay as you go account.

Congestion Charge Current Jobs?
Job/Placement: The current job openings at Congestion Charge can be found easily right from here.
How to get a refund, or replace your Oyster card or season ticket.

Congestion Charge Offices Places, Branches or Nearby Stores
Locate: All nearby locations, places, offices or stores can be located by the given path.

Where to Buy at Congestion Charge?
Shopping Mart: You can shop on the product list page.

Congestion Charge Online Message/Email Support
Email Service Support: You can send your message to Congestion Charge through the email provision provided by Congestion Charge.

What is Congestion Charge in the Process of?

Congestion Charge is the transport fee, which is charged on passing the vehicles through the Congestion Charge Zone. It is administered by the Transport for London, a governmental body responsible for the management of transport system in Greater London. The main Aim of introduction of the transport charges is to reduce the traffic and congestion and enhance the Revenue of Transport for London.


Smeed Report was the first fully assessed report on road pricing passed by British government in the year 1964 to improve traffic condition in the city. London congestion research program had suggested in the year 1995 that city traffic volumes will reduce on congested roads and economy of the city will also benefit from these schemes.