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Today's travel habits in the UK have a significant and increasing negative impact on the local and global environment. Most of these stem from motor vehicles.

The more obvious impacts include:

  • congestion - with areas literally clogged up with traffic
  • air pollution from exhaust fumes
  • greenhouse gases causing climate change
  • habitat destruction locally in the building of roads and car parks
  • noise levels

Less visible impacts which increased car use brings with it include:

  • oil spills at sea (as oil is trekked about the globe to keep our fossil-fuel habit fed)

  • habitat destruction elsewhere in the world as the oil industry searches for oil in previously undisturbed places

  • the dissection of towns and villages by traffic flows
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