The mayor has banned vehicles from driving through the Italian capital on Sundays in a bid to tackle severe smog. Police have been advised to fine anyone who flouts the tough traffic restrictions.
2) Railway ring
3) City centre with delivery regulations covering a slightly larger area than the main centre of Rome
ZTL Green zone:
These minimum standards must be met to enter and circulate in the 'ZTL Green Zone':
If air pollution limits are exceeded for:
ZTL Railway ring:
From Monday to Friday vehicles must meet the following standards to be allowed to access and circulate in the ‘ZTL Railway ring’:
No Euro 0 vehicles are allowed to enter the ‘ZTL Railway ring’ at any time.
Minimum standard for petrol vehicles is Euro 2 and for diesel vehicles Euro 3.
all, except electric vehicles
Map of the 3 LEZ
orange: ZTL Centro Storico
purple: ZTL Annello Ferroviario
green: ZTL Fasciale Verde (A, B, C and D are only there to make it easier to find the streets)
Has signs similar to this, a banned vehicle sign with the requirements below:
Only for the City Centre (1)
Loading and unloading is allowed to electric vehicles, LPG, CNG, hybrid and bifuel up to 6.5T at all times.
Vehicles Euro 4, 5 and 6 up to 3.5T from 20:00 - 10:00 and 14:00 - 16:00. Vehicles with more than 6.5T can access from 20:00 - 07:00.
Electric, LPG, CNG or hybrid vehicles with less than 6.5 tonnes can enter at any time.
70€, plus an additional 70€ if there was no valid annual emissions test sticker
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.