Since the end of 2016 the implementation of low emission zones is legally possible in Norway. A low emission zone is expected for Oslo in winter 2017/18.
Oslo also has a Charging Scheme in place, as well as an emergency scheme in cases of high pollution a Oslo emergency scheme.
Read more about the Oslo low emission zone.
Oslo is also implementing measures to remove cars from the city centre by 2019 and improve the quality of the city centre. This is being done by removing parking spaces and making more space for cycling and public spaces, and has already started.
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.
Diesel or biodiesel lorries over 3.5 Tonnes. This means M2, M3, N2, N3 and individual Passenger cars over 3500 kg in group M1.
Light duty vehicles may be affected at a later stage.
Would be the whole of the city municipality.
Enforced through cameras and number plate recognition.
Before driving into the zone, the vehicle must be registered in the municipality's payment system.
Payment will be by Web, App or vending machines at selected locations.
Not decided, but likely to be affected.
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.
Yes, there is a national scheme. There is a national law that allows for low emission zones in Norway.
The law sets the emissions standard as Euro 6: pre-Euro 6 vehicles need to pay fees. Enforcement is by camera and there is no sticker required. The cities aspects such as the costs, within a range, as well as the date and area.