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On 1 January 2008 introduced low emission zones to mitigate air pollution caused by fine particles.

Low emission zones are identified by traffic signs and additional signs. The Thirty-fifth Ordinance on the Implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act (Ordinance on the marking of vehicles) stipulates that vehicles have to be marked with stickers (on the windscreen inside the vehicle) and lays down the criteria vehicles have to meet for the different kinds of stickers. Stickers are valid for all low emission zones in any city in Germany.

An overview of low emission zones, both existing and planned, drawn up by the Federal Environmental Agency is available at Federal Environmental Agency (in German).

Cities furthermore provide important information about their low emission zones on their websites (size, exceptions, service, practical advice). See (partially in English).

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