Beinasco has a low emission zone in place, also called ZTL in Italian.
Dates and Emission Standards:
Petrol Euro 1
Diesel Euro 3
Two-stroke motorcycles & mopeds Euro 1 and less than 10 years old
Piemonte LEZs are in operation all year
The LEZ area covers the following streets
a) Strada Torino, from the border with the municipality of Turin Orbassano,
b) Strada Orbassano, from the border with the City of Turin Orbassano,
c) Viale del Risorgimento, from the border with the municipality of Turin Orbassano,
d) Road S. Louis, from the border with the municipality of Orbassano until Viale del Risorgimento,
e) Via Falcone, from Turin Road to the border with the municipality of Turin,
f) Strada Borgaretto, from the road to Fraction Borgaretto Orbassano,
g) Viale Giovanni XXIII,
h) Via Gorizia,
i) Via Rondo Bernardo, Via Gorizia on the border with the municipality of Nichelino
Has signs similar to this, a banned vehicle sign with the requirements below:
Retrofitting a certified diesel particulate trap allows entry to the LEZ. For more information see our retrofitting section.
Passenger vehicles (M1, up to 8 seats and L1, L3 motorcycles) Monday to Friday from 08:00 - 19.00
Goods vehicles under 3.5 tonnes including motorcycle-based vehicles (N1, L2, L4 and L5)
Monday to Friday from 08:30 - 13.00 and from 14:30 - 19:00.
Action under Article. 7, paragraph 13, of Legislative Decree no. 285/92. False declarations are punishable under the Penal Code under Article. 76 D.P.R. 445, 28/12/2000.
There is currently no Italian national scheme, but regional as well as individual city schemes.
Zona a Traffico Limitato (ZTL) or Limitazioni della circolazione, the general name for all access regulation schemes, also used for Low Emission Zones.