New statistics released show air pollution levels in Aberdeen have reduced by 10% since the start of the pandemic.
Low emission zone
Work on traffic modelling and the results of consultations on a low emission zone for Aberdeen will be brought before council next June - after Covid-19 delayed the project.
Plans for a low emission zone in Aberdeen are set to be pushed back by councillors.
An environmental campaign group has called for "as many people as possible" in Aberdeen to have their say on plans for a new low emission zone (LEZ) in the city, as the consultation period draws to a close.
Aberdeen City Council has opened a consultation on plans to create a low emission zone (LEZ) in the centre of the city.
Those with health conditions will be put at risk as a result of plans for a low emission zone in Aberdeen being abandoned, campaigners have warned.
A charity boss has urged Aberdeen council chiefs to be more specific about when a planned low emission zone (LEZ) would be rolled out.
Residents across the city are due to be consulted early next year over plans to introduce a low emission zone.
Campaigners have taken to the streets of Aberdeen to make their views known on pollution.
Motorists in the city could be penalised unless their vehicles have the cleanest engines, while other vehicles would be banned – with penalty levels expected to be more than £20 a day.