The London low emission zone baseline study.

@article{Kelly2011TheLL,
  title={The London low emission zone baseline study.},
  author={Frank Kelly and Ben Armstrong and R. Atkinson and Hugh Ross HR Anderson and Ben M Barratt and Sean Beevers and Derek G. Cook and Dave Green and Dick Derwent and Ian S. Mudway and P. Wilkinson},
  journal={Research report},
  year={2011},
  volume={163},
  pages={3-79}
}
On February 4, 2008, the world's largest low emission zone (LEZ) was established. At 2644 km2, the zone encompasses most of Greater London. It restricts the entry of the oldest and most polluting diesel vehicles, including heavy-goods vehicles (haulage trucks), buses and coaches, larger vans, and minibuses. It does not apply to cars or motorcycles. The LEZ scheme will introduce increasingly stringent Euro emissions standards over time. The creation of this zone presented a unique opportunity to… CONTINUE READING
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