Go-Ahead set to trial new buses that improve air quality

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The Times has reported that bus operator, Go-Ahead will use single-decker buses which reduce air pollution in seven towns or cities, after a successful trial in Southampton. The buses have installed fans on the roof which direct ultra-fine particles into a filter. The filter is designed to clear the air up to a height of ten metres and remove up to 99.5% of particulate matter.

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