A Low Emission Zone is being planned for Bergen for winter 2016.
There is a Charging Scheme in place in Bergen. There is also an odd-even numberplate scheme that is in operation during high pollution events.

Dates and details

The dates of any LEZ start are uncertain, but is likely to be spring 2017.

The cities will choose the costs, but it is likely that pre-Euro 6 vehicles will cost more. The costs in discussion are given below.


Daily cost

30 day cost

Annual cost

Petrol Euro 6 <3.5T

25kr     (ca. 2,80€)

275kr     (ca. 30,80€)

1800kr     (ca. 201,45€)

Petrol Euro 1-5 <3.5T

40kr     (ca. 4,50€)

500kr     (ca. 55,96€)

3000kr     (ca. 335,75€)

Diesel Euro 6 <3.5T           

50kr     (ca. 5,60€)

500kr     (ca. 55,96€)

3500kr     (ca. 391,79€)

Diesel Euro 1-5 <3.5T

80kr     (ca. 8,95€)

900kr   (ca. 100,73€)

7000kr     (ca. 783,42€)

Vehicles 3.5-12 T

300kr (ca. 33,60€)

4000kr (ca. 447,67€)

25000kr (ca. 2791,94€)

Vehicles >12T

350kr (ca. 39,17€)

7500kr (ca. 839,38€)

50000kr (ca. 5595,88€)

Vehicles affected
all cars, vans, buses and lorries, but not electric vehicles

Scheme Boundary
Not yet decided.

Road Sign
Not decided.

Need to Register?
Enforced through cameras and number plate recognition.

Foreign vehicles affected?
Not decided, but likely to be affected.

Retrofitting allowed?


The penalty for not complying is at least 500 NOK (~ 55€). If the penalty isn't paid in the following 3 weeks the fine another 1000 NOK (~ 110€) apply.

National Scheme
Yes, there is a national scheme. Details are the same for all Norwegian cities with low emission zones.

Local name for the scheme
Lavutslippssone (LEZ)

Further Information
For information see this webpage (in Norwegian).
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