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Bristol shelves work on CAZs covering vans and private cars

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Andrew Forster
01 March 2019
Rees: now looking at buses, HGVs and taxis
Rees: now looking at buses, HGVs and taxis

 

Bristol City Council has gone back to the drawing board in its efforts to comply with legal limits of nitrogen dioxide, after concluding that a clean air zone (CAZ) covering vans and possibly cars would have an unacceptable impact on the city’s residents and businesses.

News of the rethink comes in a letter sent by the city’s Labour mayor Marvin Rees to environment minister Thérèse Coffey, explaining why the council has missed a second deadline to submit an outline...

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