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Council will BAN most cars from 75% of its roads in enormous crackdown on traffic and pollution 


Council will BAN most cars from 75% of its roads in enormous crackdown on traffic and pollution

  • Hackney Council has approved plans for six more low-traffic neighbourhoods
  • The east London borough already has the highest number of LTNs in the capital
  • Its three-year Local Implementation Plan aims to tackle traffic and pollution

A Labour-run council is set to ban most vehicles from 75 per cent of its roads as it expands its network of low-traffic neighbourhoods.

Hackney Council has approved plans to introduce six more of the controversial schemes over the next three years.

The east London borough already has the highest number of LTNs in the capital with 19 and half of its roads are restricted by traffic filters. 

The plans will increase this to three quarters of its streets.



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