Glasgow launches bus gates to improve air quality

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Glasgow City Council introduced today two new bus gates entering two busy streets in Glasgow City Centre from 7am to 7pm. The new measures on Oswald Street and Union Street are said to improve air quality as well as pedestrian and cyclist safety for the thousands of people who travel in the area. The Council will monitor the air quality in the area to assess the impact of the bus gates.

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