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Regular news: Issue 580 23 Sep 2011

Hauliers angered by Bath lorry ban plan

Traffic Management

Road hauliers have voiced anger at Bath and North East Somerset Council’s (BANES) plan to ban lorries from the key north-south route through the historic city of Bath.

Bath lies on the A46/A4/A36  Primary Route Network, which provides a link between the M4 north of the city and Warminster/Salisbury and ultimately the South Coast ports to the south.

The council says lorries cause congestion and poor air quality, with the A4 and A36 lying within the city’s Air Quality Management...

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