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We encourage everyone affected by the CAZ to come to one of our events. To get cleaner air, we want to help as many people as possible to shift to more sustainable forms of transport (not pay to drive in the zone) - and we've lots of support and advice for you. We also welcome questions about the zone boundary and proposed street work, signage and cameras. 

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Clean green ways to get around, 20 June 2019

Venue: Kingsmead Square - pop-up outdoor event

Time: 11am-6pm

To celebrate National Clean Air Day, come along to meet the team and discover all the clean, green ways you can get around the area. 

  • Expert advice from TravelWest on how to get around sustainably
  • Discover how advanced motoring techniques can help cut pollution and make the roads safer for walking and cycling
  • Discover the benefits of investing in a fully electric or hybrid electric car or regularly using a car club
  • Find out how your business could reduce its NO2 footprint by using a last-mile cargo bike delivery company
  • Have a look at the latest electric lorries
  • Check out the latest electric bikes from Take Charge Bikes
  • Get confident on your bike – book your family onto Bikeability’s summer training
  • Make a smoothie as you peddle – on an electric smoothie bike
  • Plus - Dr Bike will be on hand to give your bike a thorough check-up.

You can also ask the team - including our clean air champions from St Andrew’s Church School - about other causes of pollution, and how to protect yourself.

For more information on Clean Air Day go to www.bathnes.gov.uk/cleanair4bathnes

Public consultation (date to be confirmed). 

Later in the year we'll be giving the public further opportunity to comment on scheme as it has developed since we last consulted in autumn 2018. 

At events to support the consultation, you'll be able to review detailed information on the planned charges, charging policies, exemptions and concessions, as well as the proposed signs, camera placements and boundary details.  You can also review the draft charging order (which will set out in law how the clean air zone will work), and the support packages designed to lessen the impact of the zone, particularly on businesses. 

Events dates and venues are to be confirmed. 

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