The ULEZ will be extended across more of the capital in 2021.
In addition the government has so far mandated three UK cities to implement Clean Air Zones (CAZ) by 2020. These are Leeds, Southampton and Birmingham. Birmingham has set its daily charge for non-compliant vehicles at £50 a day.
In a surprise announcement on Jan 10, Southampton has also said it does not now want a chargeable clean air zone.
Plans for a Clean Air Zones in Nottingham and Derby have been scrapped, with councillors choosing other traffic management plans.
The Clean Air Zone in Bath was delayed after an unprecedented public response.
The government has challenged Leeds council to resubmit its plan after its request for £27m of public money to help non-compliant fleets to upgrade to Euro 6 was rejected by Defra.
What does ULEZ or CAZ mean for you?
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