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More than 700,000 trips face charges in Bath’s Class D CAZ

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Andrew Forster
09 November 2018
Bath: the council expects more than 700,000 chargeable trips in the first year, raising £12.1m
Bath: the council expects more than 700,000 chargeable trips in the first year, raising £12.1m

 

Bath and North East Somerset Council (B&NES) is consulting on a clean air zone (CAZ) for Bath city centre that would see charges imposed on almost all non-compliant vehicles, including cars. 

The Class D charging zone would be implemented at the end of 2020 and operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The charge for non-compliant vehicles would be £9 a day for cars, taxis and vans, and £100 for buses, coaches and HGVs. 

Charges would not apply to: Euro 4+ petrol...

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