Delft has had a Low Emission Zone in place since 1st January 2010.
All cities in the Netherlands that have a Low Emission Zone have one thing in common:
low emission zone
The LEZ covers a small section of the southern city and the entire northern area of the Technical University site, including the uitzwaaiers around the exit Delft Centre. This is the route between the A13 and the exit to Delft Centre, in the direction of the A4 to the border of the city.
The Dutch LEZ signs are:
No registration needed, information is taken from the Dutch national vehicle register
Foreign vehicles are affected
Permanent, 365 days a year
With cameras viewing number plates.
€230 fine for lorries.
90€ fine for other vehicle types, 95€ after 1.1.2018
A National LEZ Covenant signed by Dutch government, municipalities and other stakeholders, whereby all Low Emissions Zones in the Netherlands apply the same Euro standards, as outlined above for lorries.
The national scheme also allows for LEZs applied to light duty vehicles <3.5T from 2013. The cities of Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Utrecht have light duty LEZs in operation or about to be in operation
A zipped file with a list of all cities, streets and postcodes of all Dutch LEZ cities (zipped excel list, 1.4MB), last updated 25/11/15. There can be no rights derived from this list.
National website: www.milieuzones.nl
A summary of the impacts of LEZs in the Netherlands can be found on our webpage on the Netherlands air quality impacts page.