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London's Oxford Circus to be transformed with pedestrianisation to tackle congestion and air quality

Sky News Wednesday, 16 June 2021
London's Oxford Circus to be transformed with pedestrianisation to tackle congestion and air qualityLondon's famous Oxford Circus is to be transformed into two pedestrianised piazzas to create an "iconic destination" which will help to improve safety and air quality in the heart of the capital.
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