Green Councillors in Oxford are calling for radical Milan-style changes to traffic management to be implemented as soon as possible to avoid a return to a car-congestions City post-lockdown .
Green Councillor Dick Wolff has already been working with a London-based traffic engineer to show what is possible within the City's St Mary's Ward to transform residential streets post-lockdown . The same approach could be applied elsewhere.
Says Green Councillor Dick Wolff: "Simple, inexpensive, measures to filter motorised thru-traffic down residential streets - whilst still allowing access to all properties - will transform the area leading to better air quality, less noise, fewer accidents and more cycling and walking. We should be using the tragedy of Covid-19 to carve out a better future."
FMI: Cllr Dick Wolff 07968 486854
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