Car tax changes not enough to cut pollution as council looks at 'extending' restrictions


    Birmingham City Council documents said they were “reviewing” further ideas including parking restrictions.

    They said: “Birmingham is creating Green Travel Districts with less congestion, less pollution, fewer accidents, and healthier, safer, more productive communities.

    “In densely populated residential areas, the aim is to create an environment where residents, workers and visitors can safely walk, cycle or take public transport as their preferred travelling option.

    “Alongside the CAZ, the council is reviewing and extending parking controls in and around the city centre.”

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