Khan reveals ‘big, bold’ air quality plan for London

New mayor Sadiq Khan wants a bigger, earlier ultra-low emission zone, emissions charging in the city centre and an end to conventionally-powered buses

Much of London failed to meet legal air quality standards last year. Image: King's College LondonNewly elected mayor of London Sadiq Khan has set out an extensive package of measures to clean up London’s air.

It includes greatly extending the planned ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) and accelerating its introduction, backing for diesel scrappage and an end to conventional diesel-fuelled buses.

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