Westminster to tackle engine idling with new campaign focusing on taxis and delivery firms

Westminster City council is to introduce a crack down on vehicles idling, which includes a focused campaign against taxi drivers and delivery firms. The highly congested borough has been aiming to cut car idling since the arrival of the new super cycle highways. As road space diminishes and vehicle use increases, Westminster have decided that a dedicated group of "air marshals" patrolling the streets to ask drivers to switch off their engines while the cars are stationary will best reduce pollution. 

Those who do not switch off can be fined up to £80. 

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