Shortly after securing a landmark victory in the High Court, Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, wasted no time in confirming the impending rollout of the capital’s expanded Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) by August 29th. Under this initiative, drivers of non-compliant vehicles (generally those built before 2005 for petrol and 2015 for diesel) will face a £12.50 charge to drive within all of the city’s boroughs.
This expansion also covers motorists entering London from the surrounding home counties. Interestingly, neighboring authorities have taken varied positions regarding the placement of signage to alert drivers about the new fee and ULEZ cameras on their lands.
MyLondon has meticulously compiled a detailed rundown of the various councils and their communications with Transport for London (TfL), the agency responsible for executing this transformative infrastructure.