York may be the first city in the UK to allow the use of bicycles and electric vehicles only because local authorities are seeking a ban on petrol and diesel cars when the Covid-19 blockade is lifted.
This is the idea of the Department of Transport Grant Shapps mentioned in the announcement of the £ 2 billion bicycle promotion package to change the way people move. Accordingly, there will be at least one city using only bicycles and trams.
York officials want this to be the first “zero-emission” city in the United Kingdom. The city council is also aiming to ban individual vehicles in the area since 2023.
Famous for beautiful castles, York City in northern Yorkshire county could become the first British tram city.
According to the Daily Mail, York, one of the most popular tourist cities in the UK, can only allow people to use bicycles and trams after the COVID-19 pandemic ended. Officials are trying to urge people to restrict travel by private car to ban the use of personal emissions vehicles in the city by 2023. This will make York the first zero-emission city in the city. Brother.
The move was announced by Transport Minister Grant Shapps in a notice to promote a £ 2 billion bicycle support package to change the way people travel. The notice says at least one city will only allow bicycles and trams to operate.
“Reducing cars on the street can improve air quality. It’s great to see so many people walking the streets, families can ride their bikes out together, discovering places in the city they couldn’t before. We really want to have these benefits when the blockade is relaxed” – said councilor Jonny Crawshaw.
The UK will promote a £ 2 billion bicycle support package
Liberal Democratic Party committee member Paula Widdowson said the city would take every opportunity to work with the government to maintain positive environmental benefits as the number of vehicles on the street decreased.