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Podcast: Radical plan to ban cars travelling from one side of Canterbury to the other

A radical plan to overhaul transport in Canterbury could see cars banned from travelling from one side of the city to the other.

Bosses have come up with a 20 year vision which would see the area divided into five separate zones.

Hear from council leader Ben Fitter-Harding.

Our other stories today, and a cyclist who was injured in a road rage attack in Thanet is hoping someone will recognise a description of the man responsible.

Keith Patrick was forced into a kerb when he was overtaken while riding in Birchington.

The car driver then stopped and grabbed his bike helmet – strangling him with the strap.

A couple who got rather romantic in a photo booth at a railway station in Kent have probably ended up with a bit more publicity than they bargained for..

A video of the pair canoodling behind the curtain of the machine at Faversham station was shared on TikTok.

The chief exec of the Port of Dover is warning we could see more travel chaos next summer – unless the government comes up with a solution to Brexit border checks.

Doug Bannister’s been giving evidence to the transport committee in Parliament.

Elsewhere, an exhibition has opened in Maidstone to celebrate 75 years of Alcoholics Anonymous in Britain.

Matt, who’s a member in West Kent, has been telling us more about Darkness into Light.

And in sport, Gillingham have beaten Colchester United on penalties in their final EFL Trophy group game.

Hear reaction from the Gills boss Neil Harris.