Jersey minister wants 15% congestion cut in St Helier

Politicians in Jersey are being asked to approve ministerial plans to reduce rush hour traffic in part of the island by 15% by 2015.

The proposal for St Helier has been put forward by the transport minister, Mike Jackson, as part of the latest Sustainable Transport Policy.

The policy includes plans to encourage more people to use bikes, buses and also to walk.

The new policy is due to be debated by the States in the autumn.

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