Public consultation for low-emission zone in London begins this week

A 12-week public consultation into plans for a low-emission zone in London began this week. The proposals are a revision to the mayor's transport and air quality strategies and aim to encourage operators of large diesel vehicles to clean up their fleets. From 2008, diesel lorries, coaches and buses that fail to meet a minimum pollution standard could face a fine if they drive high-polluting vehicles in Greater London.

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