Alumna Hilary Holden: City peak time access control plan for roads, January 2017

Plans for peak hour road closures in Cambridge have been abandoned after the idea received the thumbs-down from the public.

But preparation of a workplace parking levy scheme will continue and investigations are to commence into a charging Clean Air Zone (CAZ). Hilary Holden, Cambridgeshire’s lead officer, city access, for the City Deal, told councillors: “It is clear that there are some valid concerns relating to air pollution on busier streets, worries that people would be prevented from accessing/leaving their homes and businesses during peak times, and concern that the needs of disabled citizens have not been taken into account.” Read the full article here.

This article is reproduced from LTT issue 714, 20 January 2017

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