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Ads of the Week: TfL breathes easy, Beckham escapes the city and milk gets a sexy rebrand

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VCCP – Transport for London

In 2018, London reached its annual air quality limit in less than a month. Because of that, Transport for London and the Mayor have plans in place to tackle the problem and improve air quality for Londoners. One of those plans is the introduction of the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) from April 2019. This campaign is designed to drive awareness of the poor quality of London’s air, as well as to introduce the Ultra Low Emission Zone that is designed to help clean it

 

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