Traffic wars: who will win the battle for city streets? – podcast

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Radical new plans to reduce traffic and limit our dependence on cars have sparked bitter conflict. As legal challenges escalate, will Britain’s great traffic experiment be shut down before we have time to see the benefits? By Niamh McIntyre


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London, UK. 28th Aug, 2020. Tooting roads closed as area pedestrian. This controverial trial period in the area London Mayor Sadiq Khan lives and was formerly MP. This busy area has congestion on major roads. Part of the Low Traffic Neighbourhoods LTN scheme. Credit: JOHNNY ARMSTEAD/Alamy Live News<br>2CDHMN3 London, UK. 28th Aug, 2020. Tooting roads closed as area pedestrian. This controverial trial period in the area London Mayor Sadiq Khan lives and was formerly MP. This busy area has congestion on major roads. Part of the Low Traffic Neighbourhoods LTN scheme. Credit: JOHNNY ARMSTEAD/Alamy Live News

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