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Four charging Clean Air Zone options shortlisted for Bristol


Andrew Forster
18 August 2017
Bristol’s four shortlisted CAZs use the ‘small’ and ‘medium’ boundaries
Bristol’s four shortlisted CAZs use the ‘small’ and ‘medium’ boundaries


Bristol City Council is exploring four options for a charging Clean Air Zone (CAZ) to bring nitrogen dioxide concentrations down to legal levels. 

The Government has identified Bristol as one of more than 20 council areas that need to prepare an action plan to comply with the EU annual limit value for NO2 in the “fastest possible time” (LTT04 Aug). Authorities must submit draft plans to the Government by the end of March and final plans by the end of December. 


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