http://smh.drive.com.au/roads-and-traffic/coalition-puts-congestion-toll-on-fair-deal-for-motorists-agenda-20101010-16e33.html As i mentioned in an earlier piece, it seems the NSW opposition are considering a "uniform" congestion charge if elected. nowhere does it mention bikes being exempt.....the politician Stoner was happy to turn up at the August 31 CTP rally but here he says in an interview with the Herald, the leader of the Nationals and the opposition spokesman on roads, Andrew Stoner, said he supported uniform congestion tolling to create a fairer deal for motorists. ''My view is it should be a per-kilometre basis and there should be some time-of-day aspect to it,'' he said. so does this means bikes are exempt? not to my reading. maybe as suggested earlier we should pre-empt this and get in their policy that bikes are not included..... Can the Sydney of City council perhaps enforce a no bike charge on this, as they have been shown to be bike friendly.... your thoughts?