Chichester Action on Air Pollution

Your street could be an even more pleasant place to live. 

Please sign the petition below, where we are calling on Chichester District Council to improve the air quality in Chichester, caused by the ever increasing traffic.

Chichester and Bognor Green Party will send you occasional updates about the campaign. 

Petition

Your street could be an even more pleasant place to live. We are calling on Chichester District Council to improve the air quality in Chichester, caused by the ever increasing traffic.  High levels of pollution in the air cause increased rates of asthma among children and adults and premature deaths. 

We want to see Chichester District Council:

  • Set up anti-idling zones especially near schools
  • Encourage our major employers (College, University, hospital and councils) to introduce buses and car sharing schemes to reduce traffic
  • Introduce Park and Ride to lessen city congestion
  • Put pressure on Stagecoach to introduce cleaner buses
16 signatures

Will you sign?


Showing 14 reactions

  • Steve Hall
    signed 2018-09-24 20:50:29 +0100
  • sherry gewitzke
    @gewitzke tweeted link to this page. 2018-09-24 19:40:32 +0100
    Please sign to reduce air pollution in Chichester https://www.segreens.com/chichester_air_pollution?recruiter_id=135130
  • sherry gewitzke
    signed 2018-09-24 19:39:39 +0100
    Less traffic less pollution simple !

    To much traffic grid locked on the A27 and in the city ?

    The death toll is at an alarming high ?

    Especially the two notorious roundabouts on the a27!

    I feel using London tactics of idling

    Or emission rescritions is just a cash cow you cannot penalise

    The commuter s that do not have a choice …

    Or people visiting the city ?

    There has been a drop in revenue

    For local business as chichester has become notorious for

    Blocked roads expensive car park s and over priced coffee .

    The cash reserve s for our safety and Rd maintenance quite clearly are notgoing into the right pockets ?.

    I say boycott the city in a vehicle

    Make the cycle lanes a priority

    And the pavements safer !

    Sherry gewitzke

    www.sussexpsychic.com
  • Becca Grey
    @beccagrey tweeted link to this page. 2018-09-24 17:10:08 +0100
    Please sign to reduce air pollution in Chichester https://www.segreens.com/chichester_air_pollution?recruiter_id=22318
  • Becca Grey
    signed 2018-09-24 17:09:20 +0100
  • Beresford John Greene
    signed 2018-09-17 21:51:21 +0100
    Yes I entirely sympathise. Traffic pollution of all dimensions has gone way beyond a joke. Local roads choked. Fumes & noise everywhere dawn to dusk. (and much more), The constant inherent danger of moving vehicles. It has to be curbed and our population has to make some sacrifices in order to do so. It is beyond ridiculous now.

    Your proposal do not go far enough. This motor car freedom and general travel freedom is a stupid waste of time and resources. Brexit might show us a more austere Britain that can no longer afford the means to kill ourselves in this way. Of course the greedy can’t see beyond their immediate needs can they? Mother Earth pays the price. Take a look. Normal Summer was it? Floods in America and Asia right now. Normal seasonal events are they?

    Oh yes take a very good look and see what your party is party to. Complicit in. Much more than road traffic levels eh?

    I’ll sign. You bet I will!
  • Anne Langford-Pollard
    signed 2018-09-16 17:22:58 +0100
  • Liz Campling
    signed 2018-09-12 21:33:17 +0100
  • Catherine Goss
    signed 2018-09-04 06:38:14 +0100
    Catherine Goss
  • Robert Winter
    signed 2018-09-03 08:10:18 +0100
  • Stephanie Carn
    signed via 2018-08-31 15:53:41 +0100
  • Valerie Briginshaw
    signed 2018-08-31 00:19:59 +0100
  • Sarah Sharp
    signed 2018-08-30 21:34:42 +0100
  • Sarah Sharp
    published this page in News 2018-08-30 09:41:41 +0100

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