Leeds aim to reduce pollution through Clean Air Zone

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Leeds City Council has outlined final plans for the Clean Air Zone (CAZ) which aims to reduce air pollution in the city and surrounding areas.  The scheme will charge taxis, private hire vehicles, buses, coaches and HGVs but private vehicles and light goods vehicles will be excluded from charges.  Buses, coaches and HGVs will be charged £50 per day whilst taxis and private hire vehicles will be charged £12.50 per day.  The Council has stated the scheme will cost £40m to fund but it is expected to cover more than half of the city from January 2020.

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