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Barriers may solve NO2 breach says HE, as ClientEarth eyes legal action

AIR QUALITY

Andrew Forster
07 June 2019
Trials of four and six-metre high barriers beside motorways have not been a success. Highways England now plans to install barriers up to 9.5 metres high
Trials of four and six-metre high barriers beside motorways have not been a success. Highways England now plans to install barriers up to 9.5 metres high

 

Air quality barriers more than nine metres high are to be installed along parts of Highways England’s road network in an effort to ensure surrounding areas comply with EU limit values for nitrogen dioxide. 

Highways England revealed the plan to LTT this week as environmental lawyers ClientEarth raised the prospect of taking the Government to court again over air quality unless HE comes up with a clear plan to end illegal levels of air pollution on the Strategic Road Network...

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