Oxfordshire County Council has launched a consultation on proposed changes to the Oxford Zero-Emission Zone (ZEZ) pilot.
London’s extended Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) has gone live today (29 August).
Drivers travelling to France must display a clean air sticker in their vehicle to comply with local low emission zones. The stickers - known as Crit'Air vignettes depict the EURO standards of the vehicle.
Sheffield City Council and Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council have launched their Class C Clean Air Zone (CAZ), effective as of 27 February 2023.
Transport for London (TfL) has issued a report looking at the impact of the Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in the first year since its expansion in October 2021.
In line with the introduction of a scrappage scheme to support low-income and disabled drivers, Transport for London (TfL) has increased the Penalty Charge Notice to £190 for non-compliant vehicles entering the capital’s Ultra Low Emission Zone.
Bath and North East Somerset Council has announced plans to introduce a daily charge for Euro 6 HGVs over 12.5t entering Bath’s Clean Air Zone (CAZ). The proposed charge would be in addition to the existing CAZ charge relating to Euro 5 HGVs.
Members are reminded that Tyneside (Newcastle and Gateshead) is introducing its Clean Air Zone (CAZ) for non-compliant taxis, buses, coaches and HGVs on Monday 30 January 2023, and for non-compliant vans/LGVs from July 2023.
Members are reminded that the Bristol Clean Air Zone is now live (from Monday 28 November) with a small CAZ D.
Following a consultation that took place earlier this year. the Mayor of London has decided to expand London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ). It will apply London-wide from 29 August 2023.
Bath, which currently operates a CAZ C in its city centre, is looking to charge 12 tonnes plus vehicles to enter the city regardless of whether they are clean air zone compliant.