Environmental zone Milan Area C - Italy
Milan, founded by Celtic settlers, experienced a great development during the Roman Empire from 8th century B.C. onwards and is today Italy’s leading fashion, cultural, media metropolis, and the main financial centre in Italy where the stock exchange is located as well as a large university city.
With almost 1.4 million inhabitants on an area of 182 km², Today, Milan is the second largest city in Italy and the capital of the Lombardy region. The city is also the metropolis of the Milan region, which is the largest Italian conurbation with almost 8 million inhabitants.
The city of Milan has 9 districts (Zona). In the historical centre (Centro Storico/Zona 1) are the oldest monuments and well-preserved parts of three historical walls built over the centuries.
Around the historical centre, at a distance of about 500-1000 m, lies the inner ring road of Milan. The ring road does not have a proper name but connects several roads with specific names.
The area within the inner ring road is not only a ZTL (Zona a Traffico Limitato) zone, i.e. a traffic restricted zone called Cerchia dei Bastioni, but also the “Area C” environmental zone.
Table overview of the environmental zone
Parking spaces and ZTL permits for coaches and buses in Italy
Further information for bus companies on parking spaces and registrations in Italian cities and the ZTL (Zona a Traffico Limitato) zones valid there which are not listed here, can be obtained from the Green-Zones contractual partner GADIS by e-mail or by telephone at +39 0183 5481.
GADIS is Italy’s leading incoming tour operator and has been a package tour operator for groups in Italy since 1985. GADIS not only offers package tours in up to 100 cities and tourist destinations in Italy, but also provides information on parking fees and city registrations for foreign bus companies.