Browse news and stories about Oxford’s Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ) pilot covering a small number of streets in the Oxford city centre. The pilot launched in February 2022 and all petrol and diesel vehicles, including hybrids, entering the zone will incur a daily charge unless eligible for a discount or exemption.
From traffic filters and low traffic neighbourhoods (LTNs) to zero emission zone (ZEZ) and workplace parking levies, here’s just about all you need to know about Oxford’s key traffic initiatives.
This comes as the Council proposes to bring together 22 actions in its Central Oxfordshire Travel Plan, including three major interventions in and around Oxford city centre.
This comes after the BBC reported at the start of September that just under £120k had been generated in fees and fines for non-payment.
As Oxford’s Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ) pilot comes into effect, here’s a quick look at what it it and what it means for drivers.
Oxfordshire County Council and Oxford City Council have announced proposals to support a sustainable and reliable zero carbon transport network in Oxford.
All petrol and diesel vehicles, including hybrids, will incur a daily charge unless eligible for a discount or exemption. However, zero emission vehicles such as electric cars can enter the pilot area free of charge.
Registrations are now open for eligible vehicle users to apply for a discount or exemption for Oxford’s Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ) pilot shown in the map above. Registrations are now […]
Oxford City Council and Oxfordshire County Council revised the timeline after working together to resolve technical complexities in the bespoke supporting online systems for the ZEZ.
Works begin to install a high-powered underground cable that will deliver electricity to the UK’s largest public EV charging superhub at Redbridge Park & Ride.
The company will deliver over 15,000 parcels a week right across the city from it’s new, state-of-the-art eco-depot in Bicester using a fleet of 40 electric vehicles.
The electric van can be hired by community groups for just £24 a day with free insurance cover to nominated drivers from the community groups.
The upgrade means that all 12 designated resident bollard chargers installed under Phase one of Go Ultra Low Oxford project are now available for the public to use.