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Diesel vehicles will be banned in Brussels region by 2030

The Brussels government has plans to ban all diesel vehicles within the region by 2030.

The region’s environment minister, Céline Frémault, said such agreement had been reached with affected groups, including car manufacturers.

Frémault said that, in the longer term, “the next step” after a disel ban would be a ban on petrol vehicles. The agreement includes a commitment to develop alternative technologies “including those already available such as electric vehicles, hybrids and natural gas”.

Improvements will also be made to air-quality monitoring around the city, including a network of new measuring stations and real-time information displays for the public.

Brussels mobility minister Pascal Smet said: “More than half of Brussels families do not have a car, but they breathe the worst air in the country and this must change”

 

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