THE news that Liverpool city centre traffic will have to be cut by 40% to comply with strict European regulations has been met with concern.
Many people want to be able to drive into the city centre, and with the boom in city living many want to be able to park in the heart of Liverpool.
The council is looking at ways ofreducing the number of motorists on the city streets and reducing the levels of air pollution. Meanwhile, roadworks in the city centre are already causing headaches for drivers faced with diversions.
The council is to ask the Government to back its six-point plan to cut fumes from vehicles.