This will come under a Government plan to look at “existing anti-driver policies” which do not receive consent from local residents.
There will also be a crackdown on so-called “15-minute cities”, with the Government planning to consult on methods that “aggressively restrict where people can drive".
Commenting on the new proposals, Rishi Sunak said politicians had focused on short-term decisions and ignored the ramifications it would have on hardworking families in the long run.
He added: “We’ve seen this consistently with people’s freedoms on transport. The clamp down on drivers is an attack on the day to day lives of most people across the UK who rely on cars to get to work or see their families.
“This week the UK Government will set out a long-term plan to back drivers, slamming the brakes on anti-car measures across England.
“We are taking the necessary decision to back the motorists who keep our country moving.”
The Government also plans to launch a call for evidence to look at local authorities being granted additional powers to fine motorists for moving traffic offences, like stopping in a yellow box junction or driving in a bus lane.
Parking will also get easier for motorists with plans to
develop new technology to make payments more streamlined by using one app
rather than needing a number of different apps.
Transport Secretary Mark Harper said: “Too often the private
car is vilified when it has been one of the most powerful forces for personal
freedom and economic growth.
“That’s why the Government is taking the long-term,
necessary decision to back the motorists who keep our country moving.
“We’re introducing a plan to ensure drivers can enjoy
smoother journeys, park more easily and no longer face unfair and oppressive
traffic enforcement measures.”