Nationwide driving bans are in Munich "is neither proportionate nor necessary". To this conclusion, Lord mayor Dieter Reiter draws from the present year result of the nitrogen dioxide measurements made by the city in-house to 21 addresses. Accordingly, in 2018 exceeded the statutory annual limit of an average of 40 micrograms of NO₂ per cubic meter of air in only four Places: at the Tegernseer land street (57 µg), the Chiemgau road (58 micrograms), to of the woman street (49 µg), and to the stone village road (44 µg). To the Landshuter Allee (66 µg) and the Stachus (48 µg), which belong, however, to the measurement network of the Landesamt für Umwelt,<./p>
At a further 17 locations where the urban environment unit, so-called Passive sampler has been positioned, the air pollution in the green area.
"This is good news for the citizens", so rider in the residential areas there is virtually no Overruns. Forecasts had another to suggest: model calculations had predicted Exceedances of the limit value in 17 of 19 measurement points (two locations do not lie on main roads, and were, therefore, of the experts in the free state not used in the calculations were included).
"will show The present measured values clearly shows that the calculations of the free state were obviously untrue," says Reiter. However, there is still a need for action on the major arterial roads. The WHETHER can imagine, for example, large-scale green roofs. The measures to be suitable, would need to check the urban professionals. "It was the right way, your own urban measuring stations set up, and not rely only on calculations." This year, 20 additional stations would be built.
A re-cancellation granted forbidden trail-related driving, such as in Hamburg, so the blocking of individual sections of road for diesel cars. Thus, no Problem would be solved, but the traffic moved only to areas in the neighbouring residential. This was neither transport policy nor ecologically sensible.