Share how Ulez and other clean air traffic schemes affect you in the UK

Low-income Londoners are being incentivised to scrap their old vehicles as the capital prepares to extend its ultra-low emission zone (Ulez) to cover most of the city’s roads.

Ahead of the Ulez’s expansion, we would like to speak to people in the UK about how they are being affected by this or similar clean air schemes. If you have to drive regularly, tell us about this, and the financial impact on your life or business. How have you adapted? What changes have you noticed in your area? Do you think it has had a mostly positive or negative impact on your area?

We would also like to speak to people who anticipate being affected by planned expansions or new charges in their area, including the Ulez. Are you able to drive less? Will you consider scrapping your vehicle? What will the financial impact be?

We are particularly interested in hearing about the effect on people living on the outskirts of cities.

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