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TRAFFIC THREATENS NORTH YORK MOORS TOURISM

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A 'rocketing' rise in traffic could affect a large number of tourists from visiting the North York Moors National P...
A 'rocketing' rise in traffic could affect a large number of tourists from visiting the North York Moors National Park, reports the Yorkshire Post (p8).

A department of transport forecast predicts that traffic is set to rise between 83 and 142 per cent by 2025.

The park's tourism officer, Bill Breakell, told the Yorkshire Post: 'Visitors come because of the peace of the moors, clean air and landscape beauty.

'If increased traffic threatens these qualities it will threaten the tourism industry.'
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