Australia, England & Wales Climate action and sustainable development , Transport and infrastructure

Do emissions-controlled zones work? A review of the results



For the first time, emissions-controlled zones have been floated as a possibility in New South Wales, however, they are not a novel idea and have been implemented elsewhere for over two decades. This briefing explores the evidence from other countries and the various pros and cons they offer to factors like health, environment and economy.

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