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In brief: Issue 530 9 Oct 2009

Glasgow to press on with LEZ study

Glasgow City Council is to investigate a low emission zone for lorries and buses to improve air quality in the city. A LEZ?is identified as a measure “to investigate” in a new air quality action plan just approved by councillors. The action plan aims to tackle high incidences of nitrogen dioxide on five roads in the city and particulates in the city centre. The council concedes that an LEZ could impose high costs on bus operators and haulage companies. Other proposed measures are a...

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