Clean Air Routes

Reduce your exposure to air pollution by taking a clean air route.
10 March 2021

Cross River Partnership (CRP), a non-profit found that "people can reduce their exposure to harmful air pollution by almost a quarter by taking a Clean Air Route instead of the default route suggested by popular journey planners". 

Use the interactive map, click the ‘From’ and ‘To’ boxes at the top of the map to plan your journey. "The route finder will provide up to three alternative walking or cycling routes, colour coded green, orange and red, which represent the journeys with the lowest, middle and highest concentrations of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and PM10 and PM2.5 particulates".

What can you do improve the quality of air?

  • Leave the car at home
  • Support local businesses tackling air pollution
  • Click & Collect your online shopping

CRP hosts monthly Lunchtime Launch events to showcase their latest reports, project updates and upcoming initiatives. 

Their next event - Town Centre Futures - will be taking place on Thursday 25th March 2021, 1:15pm – 2pmRegister here.

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