Sadiq Khan To Ban Cars From Part Of London

Mayor Khan’s latest brainstorm is to ban cars from parts of London for a day. The Globalist climate change puppet will close down an area of London on September 22nd.

Khan proudly labels this as a “car-free day” or “clean air day”. He must be on top of the knife crime epidemic and looking how he can cause chaos for drivers next. There was plenty of anger among those that drive for a living or rely on transport to get around. Many taxi drivers that work on a Sunday were less than impressed with Khan’s day of action.

I suppose we should be grateful that Khan has chosen a Sunday in which to push his personal agenda. The areas he plans to shut down are among the busiest during the week.

Which Parts of London Will Ban Cars For The Day?

To the south of the Thames, both London Bridge and Tower Bridges will be inaccessible to cars. There will still be some busses in operation from these locations. Across the water will see the biggest area closed to cars and other vehicles. St Paul’s, Moorgate, Aldgate and Tower Hill will be inaccessible.

The graphic below comes from this article by the Sun Newspaper on the same subject. It highlights the areas where you will not be able to drive on September 22nd. In total, 12.5 miles or 20 km’s will be inaccessible to cars for the day.

Sadiq Khan, Car Free Day

More Free Stuff & More Virtual Signalling

Khan encourages everyone to join in with the hundreds of free events on offer. Some boroughs will be holding events to promote cycling and public transport. To us it sounds like Khan is wasting more money on things that are not important in the capital. He seems to find money for everything apart from dealing with the rise in violent crime.

Some critics suggest that Khan is “virtue signalling” which is typical of him in recent times. Tory rival Shaun Bailey suggests “it would be better to clean up the dirty bus fleet”. He also mocks Khan and calls this a publicity stunt. Khan already has form with Extinction Rebellion who caused chaos in London recently.


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