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A transport minister is set to visit the city today.

Baroness Susan Kramer will take a tour of the city to speak to Oxford City councillors about how funding from the Department for Transport has been used to improve transport and reduce emissions.

She will visit the council’s Cutteslowe Park depot in Harbord Road to see electric vehicle charging points and low-emissions vehicles.

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10:08am Mon 30 Jun 14

Quentin Walker says...

I hope the minister allows plenty of time for her journey...
I hope the minister allows plenty of time for her journey... Quentin Walker
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12:30pm Mon 30 Jun 14

King Joke says...

I presume she's left the ministerial car in Westminster and will be using PT to travel around Oxford? It would be a p|ss-poor example otherwise.
I presume she's left the ministerial car in Westminster and will be using PT to travel around Oxford? It would be a p|ss-poor example otherwise. King Joke
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