Most countries have physical schemes, accessible by map when you are logged in (see top right of the header).
Here we give an overview of the other scheme types by country.

Austria: Low emission zones (motorway and regional)

Belgium: Low emission zones and an access regulation

Bulgaria: Access regulation

Czech Republic: Low emission zone and access regulations

Denmark: Low emission zones

Finland: Low emission zone and access regulation

France: Low emission zone and access regulations

Germany: Many low emission zones, lorry access regulations, emergency scheme

Greece: A low emission zone

Hungary: An access regulation (emissions-dependent charges)

Ireland: An access regulation

Italy: Over 200 traffic limited zones, many low emission zones and charging schemes

Latvia: Some access regulations

Malta: A charging scheme

Netherlands: Low emission zones and access regulation

Norway: City charging schemes, low emission zones planned, emergency air quality traffic restrictions

Poland: Access regulations

Portugal: A low emission zone

Romania: Access regulation

Slovenia: Access regulation

Spain: Access regulations, low emission zones, emergency schemes

Sweden: Low emission zones and charging schemes

Switzerland: A number of car free mountain resorts

United Kingdom (England, Great Britain): Low emission zones, access regulations and charging schemes

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