What is a low emission zone?

Low emission zones (LEZs) are designated areas in towns and cities in which traffic restrictions have been put in place in order to reduce high particulate matter pollution levels. Only low emission vehicles displaying an appropriate emissions sticker are allowed to enter these low emission zones. The aim of introducing such zones is to reduce particulate matter pollution in these areas to levels below the PM limits laid down by the EU.

Last update on 2013-07-05 by Stefen Baetge.

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