Older HGVs could pay more to enter London

Non-Euro 6 HGVs could be made to pay an additional £100 per day to enter the capital than they do now under proposals currently under consideration by Transport for London (TfL). 

The TfL plans would see the introduction of an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in September 2020. This would lead to hauliers paying a higher fee to operate trucks over six years of age, on top of the Congestion Charge and other fees.

The ULEZ would be in operation 24/7, and would cover the same area currently subject to the Congestion Charge.

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has voiced his support for the proposals, saying “important changes” are needed to “give everyone who lives in or visits the city the cleanest possible air to breathe”.

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