The website has all Urban Access Regulations through 4 types of data:
Low Emission Zones where access is regulated by vehicle emissions. Vehicles driving into the zone must meet the emissions standards given.
Our website gives all the information you need on all current or confirmed future LEZs. Search using our country menu, Quick Guide, low emission zones overview, map or search using the table of all schemes below.
Urban Road Charging where access is regulated by payment. Vehicles are allowed to go in, but need to pay a charge to enter the city area (except Milan; Area C is both a LEZ and charge). See Road Charging Overview.
Major Access Regulation Schemes (key-ARS) where access is regulated by other methods. For example where access is allowed at certain times of the day or only permits are needed and granted for certain types of vehicles (see access regulation overview).
These are also known as Traffic Restrictions, Access Control Schemes, Permit Schemes or in Italy ZTLs. We also call them key-ARS on our website.
Physical Regulations (p-ARS) where access regulated by vehicle type, weight, height, width, length or weight by axle. Cities with schemes are given by our Quick Guides. Details are shown on the map, for which free registration is needed either directly or with facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
We do not generally include pedestrian areas or parking schemes, except some very large schemes. We also do not (yet) include all key-ARS, but those for larger cities. If a city does not have a key-ARS, it may have a physical ARS, please look on the Quick Guide or homepage search.