The London congestion charge is to rise by 15% to £11.50 a day, the first hike in fees since 2011.
Fleet customers and those who pay by Autopay, will still benefit from a £1 discount, reducing the daily charge down to £10.50 a day.
Transport for London says the increase is designed to ensure the charge remains a deterrent to unnecessary use of cars in the capital.
Garrett Emmerson, TfL’s Chief Operating Officer for Surface Transport, said: “These changes will ensure the Congestion Charge remains effective in managing congestion in central London."
The Congestion Charge was first introduced in February 2003, when it cost just £5 a day to travel through central London