In line with what is contemplated in the Declaration of Climate Emergency (priority line No. 17), the National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan 2021-2030 (section 3.2 - measure 2.1) and the National Program for Control of Atmospheric Pollution (measure T. 1.2), the Law on Climate Change and Energy Transition (Article 14.3.a), establishes that Spanish municipalities with more than 50,000 inhabitants, island territories and municipalities with more than 20,000 inhabitants when the limit values of regulated pollutants are exceeded in Royal Decree 102/2011, of January 28, regarding the improvement of air quality, they must adopt, before 2023, sustainable urban mobility plans that introduce mitigation measures, which allow reducing emissions derived from mobility, including , among others, the establishment of low emission zones.
There is currently no UNE standard that officially regulates the requirements that a LEZ technological solution must meet. However, a committee has been created between manufacturers to launch these specifications and normalize them in UNE 199142-3: Functional specification and protocols for the control in Low Emission Zones and UVAR. We put at your disposal the existing information in this regard for your consultation.
MITECO launches the guidelines for the creation
of Low Emission Zones (LEZ)
to improve air quality in cities.
Objectives of the ZBE, types of LEZ, analysis of social economic impact, control and sanction mechanisms, monitoring mechanisms of the objectives, etc.More info
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