TfL consultation on expanding ULEZ London-wide
TfL launched a consultation seeking your views on expanding the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) London-wide. You have until 29 July to have your say. The Mayor has asked TfL to consult on these proposals and to begin to develop a longer-term smart road user charging system to address the triple challenges facing London of toxic air pollution, the climate emergency and traffic congestion.
TfL want to encourage you to have your say on our proposals to help achieve a clean, green and healthy future London. Additionally, TfL want to hear your views on how they shape a future road user charging solution to address the triple challenges. You can share your views through the consultation survey, or by writing to them or calling using the details below. Please also contact them should you want more information or to arrange a meeting with them.
There are a number of documents to help you to respond to the consultation. For an overview of the proposals there is a short consultation brochure and video. More detailed information, including impact assessments, is also available on our consultation page.
The consultation asks a number of questions on the proposals for the London-wide ULEZ. If a larger zone was introduced, it would have a transformative effect by the end of 2023. It is estimated that the number of cars not meeting the tough ULEZ emission standards each day would fall from 160,000 to 46,000 and number of vans from 42,000 to 26,000.