Lambeth and Aberdeen to ban cars for a day

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Over 300 European cities and towns will take part in European Mobility Week, with many hosting 'car-free days'

Two UK councils are to ban cars for a day in September, as part of a continent-wide push to drive down emissions and encourage public engagement with greener forms of public transport. The Scottish...

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