London to get UK’s first zero-emission street

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The Evening Standard has reported that the City of London Corporation has announced that Beech Street in the Barbican Estate is set to become the UK’s first zero-emission street. Beech Street, located in the Barbican Estate,  will look to ban petrol and diesel vehicles by spring 2020. The measure will be achieved with an 18-month experimental traffic order which will allow air quality and traffic to be effectively monitored

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