We make every attempt to ensure that the data on low emission zones and tolling schemes presented on our website are complete.
Completeness of the data on key Access Regulation Schemes
This information does not attempt to be comprehensive or cover every urban area, but cover as many cities and towns as are possible. The current coverage of key Access Regulation Schemes is complete for all cities with a population of over 0.5 million. It also includes a number of other schemes. The number of other schemes included will increase over time. We will focus on the larger cities, touristic areas and areas we know have schemes.
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Completeness of the data on physical Regulation Schemes
The completeness of the physical Regulations is dependent on the completeness of the HERE dataset that we use for this data. The current physical Regulations on the website were taken from the HERE July 2014 release. The completeness of the dataset is given in the table below. Functional Class 1-2 Roads are generally motorway and trunk roads, Functional Class 3-4 Roads, then the next two smaller categories of roads. The coverage varies by country. While the motorways are less relevant for urban areas, the trunk roads are relevant.
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|Country||Functional Class 1-2 Roads||Functional Class 3-4 Roads|
|France||100%||100% (FC3) 96% (FC4)|
|Hungary||100%||100% (FC3) 52% (FC4)|
|Portugal||100%||93% (FC1) 63% (FC2)|
|Sweden||100%||100% (FC3) 75% (FC4)|
|The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||100%||0%|