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Charging Schemes , Access Regulations and Access Restrictions in Europe.
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  • Low Emission Zones

    • access is regulated by vehicle emissions more...
       
      Vehicles entering the zone must meet the emissions standards given.
       
      Our website gives all the information you need on all current or confirmed future Low Emission Zones Search using our country menu, Quick Guide, map table of all schemes below or overviews
      Menus and mapped cities that have Low Emission Zones are green.
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  • Urban Road Charging

    • access is regulated by payment more...
       
      Vehicles are allowed in, but need to pay a charge to enter the city area (except Milan; Area C is both a LEZ and charge).
       
      Our website gives all the information you need for current and confirmed future charging schemes. Search using our country menu, Quick Guide, overview, map or search using the table of all schemes below.
      Menus and mapped cities that have Charging Schemes are in red, and the menus also have – CS after the city name. less...
  • Major Access Regulation Schemes

    • access is regulated by other methods more...
       
      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 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.
       
      our website provides all the information you need on the schemes on our website. Search using our country menu, Quick Guide, overview, map or search using the table of all schemes below.
       
      Menus and mapped cities that have Major Access Regulations are in blue, and the menus also have – AR, - Weight R after the city name, or give the scheme name.
       
      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 table below. less...
  • Physical Regulations

    • access regulated by vehicle type,weight,height, width, length and weight by axle. more...
       
      Information is given on our table below. The physical regulations are not included in the menus, or mapped on larger scale maps, due to their large number.
       
      The area covered by the restriction, and other details are shown on our map when you are logged in. To login, you need to register, which is free and can be also via facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
       
      If we have a scheme on our website under another type of scheme (eg Major Access Regulation or Low Emission Zone), then it will not be shown as a physical regulation.
       
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  • Legend for the physical restrictions.

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      These codes are used to give the various combinations of information in the same format. They may look complicated, but once you have understood this for a few restrictions, it will become clear.
      The most important aspects, most commonly used are in bold. Those not used in Grey, accessible when you press more... If we have a scheme on our website under another type, then it will not be shown as a physical regulation.

      Column title

      Meanings

      Restriction_Type

      Access, weight, height, width, length, weight by axle

      Restrict_Trucks

      Y= a 'restrict all trucks/lorries' sign. The other p-ARS override this entry.

      Restrict_Deliveries

      Y= a specific 'restrict all deliveries' sign. The other p-ARS override this entry.

      Weight Restriction or Length Restriction etc

      restriction weight or size, in kg or meters

      Part_Time

      Y= part-time, N= permanent

      No_Time_Restrictions

      = number of time periods

      Date_Time_Type_1

      blank= in operation all the time

      1= part time restriction for specific days of the week

      A = part time is for specific date ranges

      D = Day of the Week of Month

      H = Month of Year more….

      From_End_1

      more….

      Exclude_Date_1

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      Start_Date_1

      Y for Yes, N for No for each day of the week, starting with Sunday. NYYYNYN = Mon, Tue, Weds and Fri.

      YYYYMMDD, with Y= year, M= month, D= date. 20021013 = 13/10/2002.

      Month of year, MMMM0000, where MMMM is 0001-0012. 100000= October. more….

      End_Date_1

      None = no end, other codes same as above.

      Start_Time_1

      730 = 07:30; 0 = 00:00

      End_Time_1

      1930 = 19:30; 2400 = 24:00

      Date_Time_Type_2……

      Continues for the 2nd time period. When blank, all part time restrictions have been detailed.

      BuiltUpAreaName

      more….

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