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October
First 20 mph zones are announced
October First 20 mph zones are announced

 

March

Following his decision to scrap road building options in the capital (see page 9), transport secretary Cecil Parkinson announces a 300-mile Red Route network, co-ordinated by a Traffic Director for London, on which parking, stopping and unloading or loading are to be heavily restricted. Fearing the creation of a big new bureaucracy, Margaret Thatcher stipulates that the Traffic Director should employ no more than 12 staff.

September

The Government publishes an environment White Paper,...

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