We need to be more honest in recognising what causes poor air in the city: motorised traffic.
This is an urgent issue: the council’s own analysis suggests that over 42 people dying prematurely every year in the city. Other cities are finding solutions to improving their air quality. Exeter must do the same. We call on our elected Councillors to be bold in implementing the measures necessary to improve our air quality,
The Exeter Cycling Campaign is calling on Devon County and Exeter City to plan and build a comprehensive, convenient and connected network of cycle paths for people of all ages and abilities to choose cycling as the safe, natural choice for everyday journeys.
Volunteers from the Exeter Cycling Campaign have produced a report making recommendations for improving Exeter’s air quality.
Exeter Cycling Campaign’s response to the draft Air Quality Action Plan
Project Lead and Partners Involved
- Led by Exeter Cycling Campaign volunteers