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Sandy beaches are to be created on the roads approaching London's Tower Bridge this Sunday as part of national 'car free day'. The dunes are being placed to cordon off a car free zone and is part of a UK-wide campaign to coax motorists from their vehicles. Across the UK, local authorities have pledged to reduce public transport fares in a bid to get people out of their cars. Several will be setting up traffic free zones. London will be following up its Tower Bridge beach stunt next ...

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