MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minneapolis City Council voted Thursday to ban new drive-thru facilities within city limits.

On Thursday, Minneapolis City Council President Lisa Bender said the ordinance passed unanimously.

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“Responding to our constituents’ concerns about their impacts on neighbors, pedestrian safety and building design, Minneapolis will no longer allow new drive throughs,” Bender said.

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In May, Planning commission president Sam Rockwell said the move would reduce carbon emissions made by idling cars, and increase pedestrian safety.

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The ordinance does not ban drive-thru facilities already in the city, which would be grandfathered in under the proposal.