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Digital Subscriptions > Cities Today > June 2019 > Birmingham and Leeds to introduce ‘clean air zone’ charge

Birmingham and Leeds to introduce ‘clean air zone’ charge

Birmingham and Leeds will introduce a ‘clean air zone’ charge in January 2020 in an effort to meet demands from the UK government to drastically cut air pollution.

A daily charge of £8 for older cars and taxis, and £50 for buses/ Heavy Goods Vehicles will be introduced by Birmingham City Council.

Leeds City Council will introduce a £50 daily charge for buses/Heavy Goods Vehicles and £12.50 for taxis and private hire vehicles, while private cars will be exempt.

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