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Legal entry restrictions and the introduction of new environmental badges are on the increase in Europe
Due to ever-higher particulate matter and nitrogen oxide pollution in the cities and local communities, regional entry restrictions and environmental zones increasingly dominate the European traffic.
The EU Air Quality Directive 2008/50/EG, which has been in effect since 11/06/2008 is the basis for the aversion of health threats caused by particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide.
This directive has resulted in national rules and regulations, which are then implemented either regionally or nationally in the countries of the EU, or are applied in the cities and communities by complex national or local special regulations or exemptions.
Green-Zones shows therefore to commercial and tourist traffic on the European Roads, which environmental zones exist in which countries and which regional arrangements and exceptions are valid and which environmental badges and stickers are required for entry. These badges can also be purchased with us, as to avoid the sometimes very high fines for the unauthorized entering of the environmental zones.
Cooperation between the largest Polish freight forwarding association ZMPD and Green-Zones
Berlin, 05.02.2020. A cooperation agreement between the ZMPD, the largest Polish freight forwarding association, and the operators of the Green-Zones portal was concluded and signed on 5th February 2020 at the ZMPD headquarters in Warsaw.
The ZMPD (Zrzeszenie Międzynarodowych Przewoźników Drogowych), the Association of International Road Transport companies in Poland, brings together around 4,000 transport companies and is the only organisation in Poland belonging to the IRU, the International Road Transport Union based in Geneva.
The aim of the cooperation between the ZMPD and Green-Zones is to provide Polish freight forwarders with a comprehensive and centralised supply of environmental stickers and access registrations, as well as the Green-Zones app, which shows the daily status of access rights to European environmental zones.
This cooperation reduces the risk of fines and delays for a large number of transport companies caused by the increasing number of access restrictions in European cities and municipalities.