Prague is serious about measuring emissions right on the streets. He is already looking for a supplier of the measuring system
Prague, like other world capitals, has decided to really turn to emissions in the streets. They even claim that by 2030, nine years from now, the city will meet its commitment and carbon footprint by 45%. Because of this, he will have to invest 230 million crowns, and part of this money will be swallowed up by a special measuring system that will be able to measure emissions from moving cars right on the streets. Specifically, it should be an estimated 40.2 million crowns without VAT. However, half of the costs are to be borne by the European Regional Development Fund.
The Prague City Hall is well known for its fight against emissions and especially for motoring. And as it looks, it will tighten. Rada hl. On Monday, the City of Prague approved the announcement of a contract for the development, production and supply of public equipment for ensuring emissions of particulate matter from motor vehicles. According to the municipality, the on-site inspection will significantly help to detect cars with excessive emissions, which will subsequently lead to an improvement in the air in Prague. In test mode, the capital will only alert drivers with such cars. But once the system goes live, the system should be linked to traffic control systems. Cars with excessive emissions will be parked and either checked on the street by a patrol or sent to the police STK.
“The aim of the plan is to contribute to the improvement of the environment in the capital. Road transport is one of the most important sources of air pollution, both emissions of solids and suspended particles. According to road traffic control statistics, the Fourteenth Car does not meet the legal limits for pollutant emissions. “ features Adam Scheinherr Square for Transport.
Emissions control is now performed by the Road Transport Services Center, which is a contributory organization of the Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic with operations throughout the Czech Republic.