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Air quality traffic surveys

Published Wednesday, 07 March 2018

Traffic counts are currently underway until 12 March as part of measures to tackle air quality.

Locations on thirty major arterial route have been identified on the cordon of the major radial routes that connect into the Ring Road.

Locations on thirty major arterial routes have been identified that connect into the Ring Road. Including those with the highest concentrations of Nitrogen Dioxide: Holyhead Road, Foleshill Road / Longford Road, Stoney Stanton Road and Walsgrave Road.

The Council is working with the Joint Air Quality Unit – a unit set up by the Department for Transport and Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs. The longer term aim is to help reduce Nitrogen Dioxide emissions in Coventry.

Staff from Traffic Survey Partners Ltd will be monitoring the equipment throughout the period. High mast video camera are being used for the surveys.  

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