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No need for CAZ charges, says Soton, but Highways England roads in breach

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Andrew Forster
18 January 2019
Southampton: plan for a Class B CAZ dropped
Southampton: plan for a Class B CAZ dropped

 

Southampton City Council has dropped plans to introduce a charging clean air zone (CAZ), saying the council’s roads can comply with the EU limit values for nitrogen dioxide by 2020 without one. But it says motorways in the city are likely to remain non-compliant in 2020, though they are the responsibility of Highways England. 

Southampton was one of five cities that the Government  ordered in 2015 to introduce a charging CAZ in order to achieve compliance with EU limit values on...

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