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  1. Ali
    5th September 2018 @ 11:23 am

    I look forward to a pollution-free, minimal traffic, aimless wander around Shoreditch when I visit next week to check out the street art! Although I don’t think it’ll be that simple, somehow…

    It does seem like the lines are drawn somewhat haphazardly doesn’t it? For my old 1966 Vespa to be OK but my new GTS to be banned seems crazy. In any case, you’d think they’d have bigger fish to fry than our preferred mode of transport, wouldn’t you?

    Will monitor progress with interest…

  2. iggy-grainger
    5th September 2018 @ 1:45 pm

    Don’t get caught by LEN in Shoreditch on anything other than an electric hoverboard during restricted times,

    When the rest of London introduces ULEZ though you can still ride your 1966 Vespa and GTS but may be charged if the Vespa isn’t historic (GTS should be fine if it’s Euro 3/4).

  3. Malcolm Grant
    15th September 2018 @ 5:59 am

    I wonder what thee knock on effect to local businesses will be when they find that they cannot receive post or deliveries at certain times of the day.

  4. country frank
    8th October 2018 @ 3:14 pm

    I’d like to see fixed wheel bicycles with narrow bars being ridden by hipster beard wearers banned too, they are ruining the east end with their 5 pound a loaf artisan bakeries and now this!! it’s the last straw.

    Me and my frame breather are going to drive in and out of the LEN until everyone is hot and bothered.

    Jeez….

  5. madmog
    12th February 2019 @ 8:49 pm

    The mayor is constantly saying that the knife murders on his watch are not his responsibility but that of Central Government which isn’t giving him more money. Yet here’s £5 million he found down the back of the sofa to virtue signal and cause traffic chaos with LENs pushing the alleged problem a few streets along because alleged pollution reads traffic signs and doesn’t follow the wind.

    Meanwhile lung doctors in Germany are not seeing the deaths that should be being caused by NOx and particulate pollution according to the allegedly flawed studies.

    https://www.dw.com/en/nitrogen-oxide-is-it-really-that-dangerous-lung-doctors-ask/a-47202076

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