City Hall say ULEZ expansion deliver 90,000 school kids with clean air
Almost 90,000 children across London are now breathing clean air thanks to the new ULEZ expansion, that’s according to Labour in City Hall.
The new zone means the air surrounding 144 schools will meet the World Heath Organisation target for the amount of nitrogen dioxide particles.
ULEZ of course has been a controversial subject in the capital over the last year or so, it means non-compliant polluting vehicles will have to pay a £12.50 daily fee if they enter the Greater London boundary.
Tanya spoke to Labour London Assembly member Krupesh Hirani about the data and the effects of ULEZ going forward.