To mark the expansion of London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ), the Fare City team rode the extent of the new zone, six and a half miles westbound from Marble Arch to the Chiswick Roundabout. The ride revealed areas where the expansion would aim to reduce air pollution, including the Shepherds Bush Roundabout, along with highlighting new sections of infrastructure designed to encourage modal shift, such as Cycleway 9.
Fare City are a team of built environment professionals, with a broad range of experience and expertise across a number of sectors. These include urbanism, transport, climate change adaptation and mitigation, architecture, and policy. Our differing backgrounds are strongly allied through our shared outlook; to advocate for a more accessible, equitable and sustainable approach to city-wide transport. This is an approach which we believe will help to foster a fairer city for all.
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