Prepare yourself for Bristol’s Clean Air Zone by checking where the boundary is and consider how your journeys might be affected before the zone is introduced this summer.

Bristol’s zone covers an area in the centre of the city where air quality is poorest. As more people upgrade their vehicle or make more journeys by public transport, walking or cycling, air quality will improve throughout the city and not just in the zone.

You can find a detailed, interactive map of the zone on the council’s Clean Air Zone webpages or download a detailed PDF version.

How the zone has been designed

Bristol’s zone has been designed to meet air quality targets in the shortest possible time, as directed by national government. We also estimate it will reduce traffic travelling into the city by over 1,500 vehicles per day, helping to ease congestion as well as reducing air pollution.

Find out more

How to check if your vehicle will be charged in Bristol’s Clean Air Zone.

Register for financial support to upgrade and replace your vehicle.