Glasgow and Dundee City Councils post updates on Low Emission Zones

Glasgow City Council launched a public consultation on 17 February on how it should implement the second phase of Glasgow’s Low Emission Zone.

The council is seeking views on key aspects including its boundary, enforcement dates and temporary local exemptions. The consultation ends on 29 March.

Meanwhile, Dundee City Council announced on 18 February that drivers, householders and businesses in the city have backed proposals for the city’s inner ring road to be the boundary for a Low Emission Zone.

Low Emission Zone boundary options were offered to 1,300 people in a survey, with 35% of respondents preferring a ban on all non-compliant vehicles from an area bounded by the inner ring road.

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