Protests Against Oxford Becoming A 15-Minute City

OXFORD, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 18: A protester holds a sign saying No 15-Minute Neighbourhoods as protesters gather in Broad Street watched by police on horseback on February 18, 2023 in Oxford, England. The concept of 15-minute cities suggest that all services , amenities, work and leisure are accessible a 15-20 minute walk or cycle from a person's front door. Protesters argue that the measures will ghetto-ise areas and restrict their freedom to move around as they want to. Car journeys will be restricted at certain times of the day and will be policed by number plate recognition (ANPR) cameras and fines.(Photo by Martin Pope/Getty Images)
OXFORD, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 18: A protester holds a sign saying No 15-Minute Neighbourhoods as protesters gather in Broad Street watched by police on horseback on February 18, 2023 in Oxford, England. The concept of 15-minute cities suggest that all services , amenities, work and leisure are accessible a 15-20 minute walk or cycle from a person's front door. Protesters argue that the measures will ghetto-ise areas and restrict their freedom to move around as they want to. Car journeys will be restricted at certain times of the day and will be policed by number plate recognition (ANPR) cameras and fines.(Photo by Martin Pope/Getty Images)
Protests Against Oxford Becoming A 15-Minute City
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