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ZFE Paris: what will change in 2023

In Paris, the situation is getting worse for motorists vis-à-vis the ZFEs. In 2023, the Crit’Air 3 will be banned from circulation in certain areas.

Since January 1st, a lot of changes have taken place in different areas. The automotive sector is particularly affected.

Latest example to date: EPZs. And more particularly the situation in Paris. Small point on what changes in 2023.

32% of vehicles concerned

The advocating date the ban vehicles classified Crit’Air 3 was initially fixed to July 2022. More this same date was later postponed to July 1, 2023 by local authorities.

In total, this concerns almost 842,318 vehicles who will no longer be able to circulate in Paris and in its surroundings.

This corresponds to 32,3% of the private vehicle fleet of The city. However, with the current difficult context, fuel always expensive and l’inflation record of this end of the year, it is possible that this date is postponed.

Objective: post-Paris 2024

It is indeed the wish of the President of the Metropolis of the Grand Prix Patrick Oliver. He wants to extend this deadline see you later.

Moreover, son but is to pass this measure only after Olympic Games, either in 2024

Please note that this request must be submitted to a vote of the metropolitan council. It is at the end of this vote that we will know more about a potential postponement.

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New speed cameras in place

As a reminder, a ZFE prohibits certain vehicles that have not the right thumbnail Crit’Air, circulation in dedicated areas.

Failure to comply will result in a fine of 135 €. It can be increased to €375 in the event of non-payment.

The big change of this year 2023 will obviously intervene July 1unless decided otherwise.

The vehicles Crit’Air 3 diesels released before 2011 and gasoline avant 2006 will be prohibited from to roll. A year later, it will be the Crit’Air 2.

In addition, new speed cameras videoverbalization will be installed in Paris in order to better to watch compliance or not with these ZFEs.

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