A decision over plans to pedestrianise one of Oxford's busiest streets has been referred to the Department for Transport.
Oxford City Council say they want to ban buses from using Queen Street when the Westgate development opens in October.
Both the Oxford Bus Company and Stagecoach upheld their objections to the plans at a meeting this afternoon.
They say it will have a 'long-term negative effect' on the city.
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A decision over plans to pedestrianise one of Oxford's busiest streets is due to be announced today.
Oxfordshire City council have banned buses from using Queen street when the multi - million pound Westgate development opens in October. However the Oxford Bus Company and Stagecoach have objected the plans saying it will cause chaos through-out the city.
If no agreement is made then the decision will be referred to Chris Grayling MP - The Secretary of State for Transport.
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