Southampton City Council has abandoned plans to charge vehicles to enter its proposed clean air zone (CAZ). It said £15m-worth of air quality projects already in action over the past three years have slashed nitrogen dioxide (NOx) levels by 24% in the most polluted areas. These include cleaner city buses, freight consolidation, cleaner fuels used at the port and the introduction of low-emission taxis. The council has also proposed a series of measures it said would further reduce NOx to […]
Motor Transport is holding a free half-day roadshow on 6 March to enable operators to engage with Bath & North East Somerset Council about plans for a proposed charging clean air zone (CAZ) in central Bath.
Birmingham City Council is reviewing the £100 per visit charge for pre-Euro-6 HGVs proposed for its clean air zone (CAZ) planned for January 2020 and may reduce it when it submits its final plan to government at the end of 2018.
Non-Euro 6 trucks will be charged £50 a day to enter the Birmingham Clean Air Zone (CAZ), after council leaders approved the latest proposals today (11 December).