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The road to a greener future

We have a unique opportunity to reassess what we want from our transport networks

By Kerry McCarthy   November 2020

Coming up short: as bans on polluting vehicles become more widespread, so charging points for electric cars must rise in number. Photo: Gill Allen / Shutterstock

This year has fundamentally changed the way we live our lives. It’s unlikely that we will see a return to pre-pandemic levels of commuting and business travel, nor are people likely to give up their increasingly online shopping habits. With this change comes a need to reassess what we want from our transport networks.

One of the key trends during the…

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