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Bristol asks public to choose Class C CAZ or diesel car ban

Andrew Forster
21 June 2019
Bristol: charges or a ban?
Bristol: charges or a ban?
 

The public in Bristol will be asked next month to choose between a class C charging clean air zone (CAZ) or a diesel car ban to ensure the city complies with legal limits of nitrogen dioxide.

The class C CAZ would see charges imposed on non-compliant taxis, private hire vehicles, vans, buses, coaches and lorries. It would be complemented by a local scrappage scheme for older vehicles, actions to reduce bus and taxi emissions, a bus lane on the M32, and a diesel vehicle ban on Upper Maudlin...

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