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Signage and cameras

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Signage and cameras

National clean air zone road signs will be used along all major routes into Bath’s clean air zone. This includes signs in advance of entry, at the point of entry and at the point of exit.

The government has designed the signage so that there is national consistency across all charging clean air zones.

Cameras

Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras (mobile and fixed) will capture the details of all vehicles travelling into and within the zone.

Fixed cameras will be placed at strategic points above the road, including at all boundaries.

Number plates are then checked against national databases to establish the vehicle’s tax class, emissions rating and whether or not the vehicle is exempt. The registration will also be checked against the council’s own list of vehicles that have been granted a local exemption or concession.

The cameras’ range is restricted to ensure that only the vehicle’s details are recorded, not surrounding areas or private property.

For detailed plans showing where the boundary comes into effect and proposed camera and sign placements, please see our zone maps.

Concerned about work on your street?

We intend to start preparatory work on the zone in the autumn, including limited road works. In 2020, we’ll start to install cameras and signage. If work is happening on your road, a community liaison officer will contact you to explain what’s involved and to address any concerns.

Should you have any questions or concerns in the meantime, please email CAZ_info@bathnes.gov.uk.

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