As of mid December 2016, there are 529 access regulations on the www.urbanaccessregulation.eu website.
There are 521 Current Urban Access Regulation Schemes.
There are Nine Swiss car-free mountain resorts are on a single page.
Looking in more detail at these numbers, there are:
266 current access regulations (also see our page overview-of-key-access-regulations)
16 current urban road charges (see overview of urban road charges)
2 are joint LEZ and congestion charges in Italy, in Milan joint Low Emission Zone and congestion charge scheme and Palermo.
231 are current Low Emission Zones (see overview of LEZs)
There are 14 emergency air quality traffic bans, see our emergency air quality traffic bans page.
While we generally don’t include pedestrian or parking schemes, we do include these 4 large schemes:
Current Winter / Summer schemes
A number of Italian cities have winter-only low emission zones (where there is a permanent and winter LEZ they are covered above under in current LEZs)
In Trentino: Levico Terme, Pergine Valsugana, Trento and Rovereto.
In Emilia-Romagna: In the 30 largest towns and Communes
There is 1 summer-only scheme Italian Access Regulation in Maiori, in July and August every year
In addition, many schemes will tighten their standards in the future.
To find out more
To find out more about when and where schemes are implemented, look at our Quick Guide for all schemes, where you can search urban access regulations and traffic restrictions by country, vehicles affected, type of scheme, date of implementation.