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Glasgow bus operators react angrily to council’s LEZ plans

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Rhodri Clark
13 October 2017
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Glasgow City Council has sparked anger among bus operators by deciding to focus its Low Emission Zone (LEZ) exclusively on buses initially. One operator is talking to lawyers about a possible legal challenge, while another wants to see the data on which the decision was based.

At the end of last month, the council approved in principle a blueprint for establishing Scotland’s first LEZ in the city by the end of 2018. It believes that bus-only measures can be introduced quicker than...

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