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NEW RESTRICTIONS TO LONDON CITY TRAFFIC?

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Further traffic restrictions may be enforced by the City of London Corporation, with vehicle access to Ludgate Hill...
Further traffic restrictions may be enforced by the City of London Corporation, with vehicle access to Ludgate Hill - one of the main entry routes - and streets around the Barbican, Smithfield Market and St Paul's Cathedral being reduced, the Financial Times reports (p11).

Michael Cassidy, chairman of the corporation's policy and resources committee, said last night: 'As a result of the plan, the city stands to benefit further from a reduction in pollution and crime.'

Unlike the original IRA-prompted traffic management scheme introduced in 1993, this latest plan will be the subject to wide public consultation, the FT reports.
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