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It is now less than three weeks until 25 October, when London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) expands up to, but not including the North and South Circular Roads.
The BVRLA has responded to the Government’s consultation on a new CO2 regulatory framework for new vehicle sales, highlighting some of the potential impacts on the fleet sector and how to mitigate against these risks.
With London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone due for a massive expansion next month, Christina Calderato, Head of Transport Strategy and Planning at Transport for London, tells members everything they need to know.
The BVRLA Fleet Sustainability Credentials show that the rental and leasing sectors are already leading the transition to cleaner transport. 100% of rented, leased and car club cars are Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) compliant and 99% of rented vans (96% of leased vans) are as well.
Christina Calderato, Head of Transport Strategy and Planning at Transport for London writes to inform members of the where, when, and why of the ULEZ expansion from this October.
The BVRLA will be responding to Transport for London’s consultation on new proposals for the Congestion Charge, which is in place to reduce traffic and congestion in central London.
With Birmingham launching its Clean Air Zone (CAZ) on Tuesday 1 June, road users are being reminded to assess the impact on their journeys and explore options for upgrading non-compliant vehicles.
Transport for London has introduced grace periods for both the changes to the London Low Emission Zone and Direct Vision Standard schemes that begin on 1 March 2021.
To help improve air quality, an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year, except Christmas Day (25 December), within the same area of central London as the Congestion Charge.
As the roll out of Clean Air Zones ramps up this year, the BVRLA is reminding members of its free user-friendly ‘CAZ Map’ that can be shared with customers to help keep them ‘in the know’ and ensure compliance.
With the first Clean Air Zone being introduced in March members are reminded that if they do not have compliant vehicles, they will need to pay using the Government’s central payment portal.