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Large areas of London to be made car-free as lockdown eased
by Matthew Taylor
The Guardian Translate This Article
19 May 2020
On 19 May 2020 The Guardian reported:
Large areas of London are to be closed to cars and vans to allow people to walk and cycle safely as the coronavirus lockdown is eased, Sadiq Khan has announced. Experts say it is crucial to encourage walking and cycling as people return to work because physical distancing is impossible on crowded transport and a surge in car use would cause gridlock and an increase in air pollution.
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