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Stop councils backtracking on clean air zones

02 October 2020
Birmingham’s clean air zone has been delayed by Covid-19 but the city council still plans to introduce it. Other councils are no longer so sure. See Trevor Ellis’s letter
Birmingham’s clean air zone has been delayed by Covid-19 but the city council still plans to introduce it. Other councils are no longer so sure. See Trevor Ellis’s letter

 

The two headlines on the front page of your 18 September issue say it all (‘Do we still need a CAZ? ask councils’ and ‘Road traffic levels get back to normal but rail stuck in siding’). Three councils are putting the brakes on their charging clean air zones (CAZs) on the basis of traffic changes related to the Covid-19 pandemic and, at the same time, the traffic data is telling us that traffic levels are in fact returning to, or in some cases exceeding, pre-lockdown...

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