Traffic free days on Regent Street cut pollution by 75%

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A series of road closures next month will slash the levels of harmful gas breathed in by shoppers and workers by up to three quarters, reports suggest. A study by Dr Ben Barratt, Environmental Research Group, found that the day long absence of vehicles cuts pollution levels to those that can be found in the capital’s parks.
Period24 Jun 2015
Held atLondon Evening Standard, United Kingdom