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Revealing England’s least car dependent cities

A Campaign for Better Transport study found Nottingham to be city least reliant on the car

Andrew Garnett

A NEW report by the Campaign for Better Transport has revealed England’s least and most car dependent cities. The study has named Nottingham as Britain’s most public transport friendly city.

The 2010 Car Dependency Scorecard ranked England’s 19 largest cities or conurbations in eight regions, plus Cambridge and Milton Keynes to balance out the high levels of commuting in the South East. Each area was then scored against 17 indicators, derived from a variety of governmental and...

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