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The council wants to create clean air zones
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05 Nov 2019

Clean air bid to target buses

A council could charge buses, taxis, and HGVs (heavy goods vehicles) to drive through part of Merseyside in a bid to reduce air pollution.

Sefton Council wants to create a clean air zone in four areas to target ‘non-emission compliant vehicles’.

An air quality study found that parts of the borough had NO2 (nitrogen dioxide) at potentially harmful levels.

Sefton Council leader Ian Maher said the authority must ‘do something to address issues of clean air’.

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