The world’s first ‘ultra-low emissions zone for cars, buses and lorries is set to be introduced in central London in a bid to improve air quality by 2020.
Transport for London (TfL) is drawing up plans for almost all vehicles driving into the existing congestion charge zone to be low or zero emission hybrid buses, low-emission lorries and electric cars and taxis.

The Mayor is currently falling well short of achieving his existing target of 100,000 electric vehicles in London and also not meeting some emission targets.