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Bristol wants CAZ plans dropped

Air Quality

21 September 2020
Bristol mayor Marvin Rees wants to scrap both proposed clean air zones
Bristol mayor Marvin Rees wants to scrap both proposed clean air zones

 

Bristol city Council hopes to persuade ministers to drop their insistence that the council must introduce two charging clean air zones (CAZs).

Bristol believes the CAZs may not be necessary because Covid-19 and traffic management measures have fundamentally changed travel patterns and possibly reduced nitrogen dioxide concentrations below legal limits.

The city’s Labour mayor Marvin Rees has reached agreement with ministers to follow a ‘test and learn’ approach to explore if...

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