The Mayor of Bristol has described the introduction of its Clean Air Zone “an incredible milestone” which will “help create a city that is healthier for everyone to grow up, live and work in”. The CAZ was introduced on 28th November.
No vehicles are banned from entering Bristol Clean Air Zone, which covers a small central area of the city and the Portway, but older and more polluting vehicles are being charged.
Drivers in Bristol and surrounding areas are encouraged to look out for roadside signage showing when they are entering or approaching the zone. Some signs count down how many miles to go until the zone starts and others have a green cloud symbol on, with the letter D inside.
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