Bristol City Council delays Clean Air Zone for the third time

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As reported by Air Quality News, Bristol City Council has delayed its plans for a Clean Air Zone for the third time. The authority has been given an extra five weeks to produce its CAZ outline business case, having missed the city’s most recent deadline. According to the council, the latest delay will not affect the implementation date of the CAZ, which is still expected in 2021.

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