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Glasgow launches city centre Low Emission Zone for buses

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Andrew Forster
08 January 2019
Councillor Anna Richardson, Glasgow’s convener for sustainability and carbon reduction, at the launch of the LEZ
Councillor Anna Richardson, Glasgow’s convener for sustainability and carbon reduction, at the launch of the LEZ

 

Scotland’s first Low Emission Zone has been introduced in central Glasgow, initially applying only to local service buses. 

The scheme, introduced on 31 December, requires operators to ensure that 20 per cent of their daily bus trips into the area are made by Euro VI vehicles (or equivalent via retrofit). 

The city’s main bus station (Buchanan Bus Station), and designated/specific access roads to it, will be exempt to allow low frequency services operated by non-compliant...

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