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Improving air quality and Londoners’ health, tackling climate change and reducing congestion

Business / Tue 14th Jun 2022 am30 06:49am

TRANSPORT For London is consulting on proposals to expand the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ(External link)) London-wide on 29 August 2023.

They want to hear your views on our proposals. These proposals are part of the commitment by the Mayor of London and TfL to help improve air quality and public health, tackle the climate emergency and reduce traffic congestion across Greater London.

For more details, click below

https://haveyoursay.tfl.gov.uk/cleanair

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2 Comments for Improving air quality and Londoners’ health, tackling climate change and reducing congestion:

David
2022-06-14 08:04:32

He won’t stop there, this crackpot London Mayor will charge you for breathing next, more money for his freebies. If he’s serious about air quality and people’s health then ban Smoking in public.

Theman
2022-06-14 08:15:47

Air quality is much better than you think. I have an air quality monitor that measures PM2.5/voc and overall health index of air quality. If I go on line and type in my postcode, the authorities tell me that pm2.5 where I live is 200{ that’s quite high), yet you meter never shows it above 10 outside and more often it is 2 or 3. So what is going on. As an aside when we are inside and cooking or cleaning the pm2.5 goes off the scale and the alarm sound. This to me at least suggests that we have more air quality problems indoors than outdoors. Note I live next to the A414 and regularly have traffic congested outside my house, so I would expect to have higher readings, but don’t. For me at least I think we are now being misled on air quality. I took my meter into London one day and the readings there were not as bad as we are told, but I would not take too much from one days readings

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