Thousands of motorists who drive high-pollution vehicles in central Bristol could be forced to pay a daily charge to do so.
It's part of plans to introduce what's known as a Clean Air Zone to improve pollution levels in the city.
Taxi drivers, bus companies and lorry fleets will be among the first targeted to cut their emissions. Some are urging policy makers to go further and introduce a congestion charge
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Drivers of so-called dirty vehicles in Bristol could be forced to pay a charge to drive into the city centre.
A study claims not enough is being done to tackle air pollution levels, despite it being the possible cause of around 50,000 deaths a year.
Air pollution is killing nearly 200 people a year in Bristol, according to new government data. The city's air quality is illegally low.
New figures show Truro has excessive levels of traffic-related nitrogen dioxide. Cornwall Council says it wants to make air pollution a priority and is asking residents to submit ideas on how it can be approved.