AQAP

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AcronymDefinition
AQAPAl-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (Islamist group)
AQAPAs Quickly As Possible
AQAPAir Quality Action Plan (UK)
AQAPAllied Quality Assurance Publication
AQAPAir Quality Attainment Plan
AQAPAllied Quality Assurance Provision
AQAPAllied Quality Assurance Procedure (NATO)
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A council spokesman said: "The new policy is aimed at addressing the environmental impact of private hire and hackney carriage vehicles in the city taking into consideration the actions and timescales highlighted in the Coventry Air Quality Action Plan.
Another way is through its new Air Quality Action Plan, which was finally adopted by full council last week.
And although the council say they'd like the e-lane trial on a road which suffers from pollution or congestion, they say it is not part of the authorities wider Air Quality Action Plan to avoid a Clean Air Zone imposed by the government.
The council has an air quality action plan in place to tackle the issue across Monklands, including pledges to improve air quality in the air quality management areas at Chapelhall and Coatbridge.
In our air quality action plan, we explain what we as a district council can do to tackle air quality issues within our control.
"We have benefited from Scottish Government support in terms of their appointment of Sepa (the Scottish Environment Protection Agency) to undertake air quality modelling for four cities and we also used Air Quality Action Plan funding from the Scottish Government to undertake further traffic data collection recently so that traffic and air quality models can be updated to reflect any impacts from the opening of the AWPR.
Now the latest air quality action plan outlines 22 actions the council will take on pollution up to 2021 - including "work to improve bus provision", improving emission standards from the council's vehicle fleet, and encouraging a "shift away from private vehicles to public transport, walking or cycling for both leisure and commuter journeys".
Located between Blackwood and Pontypool, Hafodrynys Road in Crumlin is the subject of the Air Quality Action Plan which went before Caerphilly council's Cabinet.
Mr Herron said: "Virtual loading bays and intelligent management of inner city kerb space are key tools in the fight to reduce city air pollution and we are delighted that they are mentioned directly in the Air Quality Action Plan recently published by the London mayor.
"The city's environmental health service monitors air quality at stations across the city and uses the results to formulate actions within the Air Quality Action Plan.