Oxford's Zero Emission Zone is just a trial, but transport policy in Oxford has become the catalyst for pitched battles and drawn in protestors from across the UK. What's happening to this genteel university town?
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- Oxford's Ground Zero Fraser Mitchell
Oxford, and probably Cambridge, get away with these zones because of the…
- Oxford's Ground Zero Louise
Sadly, the whole drama about low emission zones has already escalated into…
- How to build a motorway Anthony
Slightly off-topic, but I think there is an instance of this in Bristol, re…
- Oxford's Ground Zero Jack Cooper
Great piece, and appreciate the 'grabbing bull by the horns' nature of…
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