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Bristol shortlists Clean Air Zone options

AIR QUALITY

16 March 2018
Indicative boundaries for the small CAZ (purple) and medium CAZ (green)
Indicative boundaries for the small CAZ (purple) and medium CAZ (green)

 

Bristol City Council has shortlisted five options for a Clean Air Zone (CAZ) to bring air quality to within legal limits. 

Bristol was one of the 28 councils ordered by Government to draw up a plan for achieving compliance with EU limit values for nitrogen dioxide in the “shortest possible time”. 

The five CAZ options are:

1. a non-charging CAZ 

2. a medium-sized charging CAZ, covering all vehicles except cars (a Class C scheme under Government definitions) 

3. a...

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