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Only implement charging CAZs as a last resort, councils told

AIR QUALITY

Andrew Forster
12 May 2017
Scrappage: targeted scheme still being assessed
Scrappage: targeted scheme still being assessed
Lower speed limits for sections of motorway?
Lower speed limits for sections of motorway?

 

Charging-based Clean Air Zones (CAZs) should only be implemented if absolutely necessary to bring nitrogen dioxide concentrations down to legal levels, the Government has told English local authorities. Meanwhile, ministers are considering introducing lower speed limits on parts of Highways England’s road network with air quality problems.

The Government’s new draft air quality plan was published last week. ClientEarth, the activist lawyers whose successful legal action forced the...

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