Cyclists exposed to five times less air pollution than those in cars, experiment suggests

Study by Healthy Air Campaign, Kings College London and Camden Council measured air pollution for a variety of modes of transport

commute to work

Those who travel by car can experience five times higher pollution levels than those who cycle, and three and a half times more than those walking, according to an experiment by academics and campaigners.

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