The Environmental Zone of Aalborg
The environmental zone (Miljozone) of Aalborg is the second zone of this kind which has been introduced in Denmark. The zone of the fourth largest city in the country has been introduced on 1st February 2009 and concerned then first Lorries (vehicles category N2 and N3) and busses (M2 and M3) from the standard EURO 3 registered in Denmark.
The environmental zone covers essentially the centre of the city of Aalborg. The limit of the zone is located from the highway E45 along the Ostre Alle until this street joins the Kong Christians Alle and finally ends up at the Limfjord. The Limfjord builds the northern limit of the environmental zone.
The Vestebro Street in Aalborg is a transit road and the EcoSticker is not mandatory for vehicles driving on it.
You will get more information about the environmental zone of Aalborg on the official website of the municipality and you will find a map of the zone here.
Since 1st November 2011, the environmental zone of Aalborg is also valid for Lorries and busses not registered in Denmark, which must respond to the requirements of the standard EURO 4 to be able to drive within the environmental zone.