Council rules out clean air zone

Derby City Council has agreed not to charge vehicles to enter the city centre, opting instead to implement traffic management measures to improve air quality on a single stretch of road.

The council’s cabinet reached the decision last week, after three quarters of respondents to a consultation opposed the establishment of a charging clean air zone. The council had been due to submit the final business case for meeting nitrogen dioxide limits by 15 September but the consultation only closed nine days later.

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