Komedia was the unlikely setting for the 3rd in a series of events organised by our local MP to improve the understanding on Transport and Air Pollution issues in Bath and give participants the chance to share their thoughts and concerns. We were grateful to CRA committee member Nigel Sherwen and his wife for attending … Continue reading Wera Hobhouse at the Komedia
Well, we might have to... with the impending CAZ which we continue to support. Here is an exciting 'blue sky' thinking exhibition which is part of Fringe Arts Bath and is now on downstairs at at 21, 22 and 23 Milsom Place, Bath BA1 1BZ For more details click here. The curator is Transition Larkhall's … Continue reading #getoutofyourcar
Here's an open invitation from Wera Hobhouse. More details are here. Members of the CRA Committee will be there. This promises to bring some fresh thinking and expertise to bear on Bath’s air pollution issues which the High Court have mandated the Council to finalise in their Clean Air Plan by the end of the year. … Continue reading Tickets for Wera’s transport and air pollution conference are still available
We could save 17,000 fossil fuelled journey per day - that's a 41% reduction. In our view this is a great vision - it's now just about putting the right carrot and stick measures to get it going. The proposed CAZ would be a great impetus for this. Click here for the detail of the story...
In response to the proposals for a Clean Air Zone to be formed around central Bath, which were released on the 6th April and our attendance at the subsequent briefing, the Committee of the CRA have agreed the following statement. Response to the Breathe2021 Briefing at BRLSI on 190418 In essence, this is a … Continue reading BreATHe2021 – our response
Reading through the last monthly report I'm struck by how much has happened since then. At this time last month we were still awaiting the publication of the Council's "Clean Air Plan: Strategic Outline Case". We got it soon after - all 139 pages. Click on the video above for the two minute cartoon Click here for the just … Continue reading End of April Report – please follow us
Things appear to have simplified - the zone options have reduced to one - the extended option. If so, we are now left with one question - how many types of vehicles will be chargeable: Class B (higher emission buses, coaches, private hire, taxis and heavy goods vehicles), Class B+C (higher-emission light goods vehicles), Class … Continue reading BreATHe2021 has simplified