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Peak car traffic dropping in city centres, LTT survey reveals

The number of cars entering Britain's town and city centres in the morning peak hours has declined significantly in the last ten years, according to analysis of 21 urban areas conducted by LTT.

Expert opinion is not clear on how to attribute the drop but it is seen as likely to be as much the result of economic and social changes - such as the diminishing importance of some town centres as employment centres, more home working, and more flexible working hours - as of traffic management measures...

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