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Getting into the city centre on public transport is quick and easy.  Bus lanes cut the travelling time and taking the bus means that you don't have to worry about finding a parking space in town either.

Its also important to consider the reduction in emissions if you travel by bus.  Transport contributes around one quarter of all carbon dioxide generated annually in the UK. Of the 132 million tonnes of carbon dioxide from transport in 2007, around three-fifths came from cars. 

The carbon dioxide coming from transport is growing rapidly so considering changing to public transport is now more important than ever and the impact of your change is growing day on day.

A very simple change, such as reducing car usage by 5 miles per week could save nearly 3 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per year.

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Residents - apply for your School Streets Permit

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