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Úplná verze: Slough's controversial A4 bus and cycle lanes to stay
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Slough's controversial A4 bus and cycle lanes to stay


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A controversial bus and cycle lane scheme along a section of the A4 in Berkshire has been made permanent.

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It was introduced by Slough Borough Council in 2020 to help cyclists and pedestrians to socially distance during the Covid-19 pandemic, and to encourage active and sustainable travel.

About 8,000 people signed petitions calling for the £90,000 government-funded scheme to be scrapped.

But senior councillors have made a unanimous final decision to keep it.

Financed by the government's emergency active travel fund, the scheme was introduced under experimental traffic regulation orders.

It was initially permitted to run for up to 18 months, with a six-month consultation period.

Electric vehicles with authorised green number plates can also use the lanes on the A4, between the Dover Road and Uxbridge Road junctions, at any time.

The permanent bus lanes will remain operational at peak times only, between 07:00 and 10:00 GMT and between 15:00 and 19:00, Monday to Friday, according to the Local Democracy Reporting Service (LDRS).

The Labour council's leader, James Swindlehurst, said: "When I joined the council, people often only had one or two cars on their drive.

"Now all those people's children have got cars as well and we're talking five cars for a property."

He added: "A part of this process has to be about providing a little bit of disincentive to hop in your car because it's the easiest thing you can do."
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