Strasbourg ZFE map, perimeter, ban calendar and more
From January 1, 2022, Strasbourg Eurometropolis has a low emission zone (ZFE). Enlarge the latter, its perimeter, prohibitions and punishments for criminals.
In Strasbourg, drivers can start shaking. Indeed, Strasbourg Eurometropolis (Strasbourg and surroundings) has a low emission zone. This is so From January 1, 2022but the second now It is active from January 1, 2023 for some vehicles.
In effect, 2022 was marked by the educational period Regarding the Crit’Air 5 cars, for the ZFE of this agglomeration. Inspections did not result in fines for violators. This period was dedicated “implementing purposeful communication, supporting households and organizing change”. Pedagogical control “This was done in the preparatory phase”We also read on the Strasbourg Eurometropolis website.
Strasbourg ZFE, what is the schedule for bans?
However, 2022 gave way to 2023 and permanent ban on certain vehicles. to know Crit’Air 5, right now. However, the pedagogical period still remains. For Crit’Air 4 vehiclesit will definitely happen Banned until 2024.
This pattern will continue in 2024 and 2025. Each additional Crit’Air class will combine the training phase before being banned next year. Right now, This should end in 2028 with the banning of Crit’Air 2.
However, it should be noted that Crit’Air 2s are banned from circulation in the ZFE. it has not yet been adopted by all concerned cities with this perimeter. Indeed, the latter are clearly waiting more information about air quality. The website of Strasbourg’s Eurometropolis proves:
“Strasbourg, Schiltigheim, Ostwald and Holtzheim have already decided to ban Crit’air 2 in 2028. The decision to ban Crit’air 2 for the other municipalities of Eurometropolis will be implemented in 2028 no later than 2027 The results should allow air quality assessments for 2024 and 2026 to adjust the schedule if necessary.”
Table of bans from Strasbourg ZFE
- Crit’Air 5 – Study period in 2022, ban in 2023
- Crit’Air 4 – Study period in 2023, ban in 2024
- Crit’Air 3 – Study period in 2024, ban in 2025
- Crit’Air 2 – Study period in 2025, banned 2028*
Which perimeter and municipalities are interested in the Strasbourg ZFE?
This is a low emission zone will affect the entire Eurometropolis. about 32 municipalities except Strasbourg. This area will also be always on site, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. We present the relevant municipalities:
What axes will not be affected by ZFE?
To note some axes will not be affected. Because of this bypass Eurometropolis not from the north or the south. All are as follows for transit routes:
- On the A4 north of the A4/A35 junction at Vendenheim
- On the A35 north of the A4/A35 junction at Vendenheim
- On the M35 to junction n°10 called Geispolsheim
- In M353
Are motorcycles and cars banned together from EPZ?
The authorities of Strasbourg Eurometropolis want to be clear. This ZFE applies to all vehicles. Be it motorcycles, cars, whether it is owned by individuals or owned by companies. The Eurometropolis website is a witness to this:
“ZFE-m applies to all types of motor vehicles: passenger cars, light utility vehicles, heavy trucks, buses and coaches, motorized two- and three-wheelers. Therefore, it targets both individuals and socio-economic players in the area. It will be applied 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.”
There should be only exceptions those implemented at the national level. Namely, vehicles with a “mobility inclusion” card with the words “disabled parking”. As well as vehicles of general interest, even of the Ministry of Defense. Collector vehicles must also rely on the waiver.
How much are the fines for those who violate the low emission zone of Strasbourg?
Users who dare to ZFE in light vehicles He will face a fine of 68 euros. What will rise to 135 euros for heavy trucks. These areas will be monitored It will be automated in 2024.
Remember that Low Emission Zones have been established In agglomerations with more than 150,000 inhabitants. What will bother you 45 sites in France by 2025. Their purpose is to limit the movement of vehicles considered the most polluting improve air quality.
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