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London says air pollution fell by roughly a third after new emissions rules
by Paolo Zialcita
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22 October 2019
On 22 October 2019 NPR reported:
London says toxic air pollution has fallen by roughly a third inside a central urban zone where drivers are required to meet specific emission standards or pay a daily fine. The city launched the Ultra Low Emission Zone in April. The city's report states that about 13,500 fewer polluting cars are driven in the zone daily, and that traffic has decreased overall in the bustling area. According to the report, nitrogen dioxide pollution has fallen by 36 per cent in the central zone since February 2017, when the city first announced a 'toxicity charge' on older vehicles.
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