The BVRLA has welcomed Derby City Council’s plans to apply new air quality traffic management measures instead of opting for a charging Clean Air Zone (CAZ).
Derby City Council is considering three different options to meet its legal obligation to improve air quality.
Local authority says it is sceptical that a clean air zone in Derby will help the city improve air quality and wants £35 million scrappage scheme instead.
Derby City Council are in no rush to jump on the 'CAZ charging bandwagon' and will try alternative methods to meet air quality obligations.
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