Oxford is surging ahead of London in the race to become emissions-free after outlining plans to ban all non-electric vehicles in parts of the city by 2020.
OXFORD will be the first place in the UK to ban all petrol and diesel vehicles from its historic city centre by 2030.
Oxford’s zero emission zone will ban petrol, diesel cars from entering part of the city centre from 2020
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NON-ELECTRIC vehicles could be banned from Oxford city centre by 2035 in what is believed to be the world's first Zero Emissions Zone. The new zone would see all petrol and diesel taxis, cars and buses excluded from six central streets…
The university city of Oxford has unveiled plans to ban petrol and diesel cars from its center as part of the most radical set of proposals so far in Britain to curb pollution.
Oxford to also introduce reduced parking fees for electric vehicles, electric-taxi ranks