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Surrey explores low emission zones

18 April 2020
 

Surrey County Council plans to explore the case for low emission zones, to help it meet its net zero greenhouse gas emissions target. The council plans to spend £100,000 in 2020/21 exploring the idea. It also plans to spend £500,000 on 80 on-street fast charge points. Surrey wants to reduce its own emissions to net zero by 2030 and the area’s emissions to net zero by 2050. “Currently, 46 per cent of Surrey’s emissions come from the transport sector and transport represents Surrey’s biggest challenge in the journey to become a net zero carbon county,” says the council. Surrey has a high dependency on car use, with 86 per cent of households owning a car, compared to 73 per cent nationally.

 
 
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