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Are Boris Johnson’s Garden Bridge claims true or false?

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The two key facts that have always put me off the project are simple and mathematically provable: 1 - The transport benefit of the proposal was minimal and the amount of dedicated transport funding granted was grossly disproportionate to this very small benefit. 2 - The proposal was hugely environmentally damaging and not 'green' or sustainable in any way by any recognised measure. Many millions of trees could have been planted and other pedestrian bridges completed for less than has been wasted here.

Posted date

7 March, 2018

Posted time

11:00 am

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