Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) changes are now in effect, where the existing ULEZ has been expanded up to, but not including, the North and South circular roads. Some vehicles will need to pay a fee to drive within these new borders. The expansion will aim to clean up London’s toxic air. Back in 2017 when first announced, only 39% of vehicles in inner London met the required cleaner vehicle standards. Today this has risen to 87%, highlighting the scheme’s effectiveness already in accelerating the switch to cleaner vehicles and cleaning up London’s air. Check your vehicle.
Cross River Partnership resources
As part of the Defra-funded Clean Air Villages 4 project, Cross River Partnership (CRP) has created dedicated Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) guidance flow charts and cost breakdown to aid resident and business vehicle owners on next steps to meet the standards, with support and guidance from Transport for London.
Please share these flowchart resources throughout your workplace and networks