Coventry's bus lanes 'could be scrapped', says council
Bus lanes in Coventry could be scrapped because of concerns they can add to air pollution.
The city council has ordered a review after it was found air quality in the city sometimes fails to meet European standards.
BBC Midlands Today's Kevin Reide spoke to environmental health officer Neil Eaton and George Duggins, the deputy leader of Labour-run Coventry City Council.
18 Nov 2014
- From the section Coventry & Warwickshire