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Environmental zone Eindhoven - The Netherlands

The environmental zone of Eindhoven

Eindhoven is a city in the province of North Brabant in the south of the Netherlands. With a population of over 230,000, Eindhoven is the fifth largest city in the Netherlands and one of the country’s largest cities. Eindhoven consists of seven districts covering an area of 88.92 km².

As a result of the industrial development around 1900, when the light bulb factory Philips and also DAF (automobile) attracted more and more employees, the city grew stronger and stronger.

The environmental zone was introduced on 01.07.2007. The driving ban affects the entire city centre of Eindhoven.

Further information can be obtained by clicking on the map on the left. Please refer to the table below to find out which driving restrictions apply to which types of vehicle at which times of the day and week in the environmental zone or use or Green-Zones app.

Table overview of the environmental zone

Name of the environmental zone:
Environmental zone Eindhoven - Netherlands
Date of entry into effect of the zone:
01-07-2007
Type of environmental zone:
Permanent, 24 hours a day
Future driving bans:
Information currently unavailable
Fines:
236 €
Area/extension of the environmental zone:
The environmental zone covers the entire city centre. However, controls and sanctions are currently limited to the south-western part of the environmental zone.