Clean Air Zone approach fails to tackle root cause of air pollution

Sign for CAZs in Birmingham
Local Authorities are revisiting plans to introduce Clean Air Zones as we come out of lockdown

It’s time for local authorities to place ‘cleaner, greener travel options’ at the heart of transport networks, says Alison Edwards, CPT Head of Policy
Clean Air Zones (CAZs) have had a lot of coverage in the news lately. As we exit lockdown, local authorities who put CAZs on hold are revisiting plans to introduce them, and more local authorities are looking at proposals for CAZs in their area. The World Health Organisation and the UK government recognise air pollution as the largest environmental health risk facing us today, and it is time to take action to change this. 

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