Poll: Majority of British public support weekly car-free days in towns and cities

Cecilia Keating
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Poll: Majority of British public support weekly car-free days in towns and cities

Poll results come only days after the government instructed councils to reallocate space for cyclists and pedestrians in order to support social distancing as lockdown restrictions are gradually eased

The majority of the British public support proposals for weekly car-free days in town and city centres, according to poll results published yesterday. The results of a YouGov poll commissioned by climate...

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