Clean air zone ‘shambles’ puts pressure on DEFRA

Three of the five English cities originally obliged to set up clean air zones have opted not to charge vehicles for access in favour of alternative measures, putting more pressure on DEFRA’s forthcoming Clean Air Strategy to deliver compliance

Southampton
Southampton has abandoned its intention to charge vehicles for access following negative feedback from locals and findings that other measures would deliver compliance more quickly

Three of the five English cities originally obliged to set up clean air zones have opted not to charge vehicles for access in favour of alternative measures, putting more pressure on DEFRA’s forthcoming Clean Air Strategy to deliver compliance.

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