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Car clubs: Issue 209 12 Aug 2009

Sharing cars is one route to getting a much nicer street

Car club spaces will help Islington deliver Low Car Neighbourhoods, writes Mark Moran

Car clubs will be the driving mechanism of an initiative being backed by Islington Council which could dramatically change the look and feel of residential streets in the north London borough.

In principle the ‘Low Car Neighbourhood’ is a one-street controlled parking zone (CPZ) within which a bank of car club vehicles is provided as a means of reducing kerbspace taken up by privately owned vehicles. The car club vehicles will be allocated their own specially signed and marked...

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