Traffic-free Sunday in Rome

Private traffic banned in Rome on 1 February 

Traffic in Rome has been banned within the fascia verde (green belt) on Sunday 1 February from 07.30 to 12.30, and from 16.30 to 20.30. 

The move is part of regional measures to curb air pollution and will be repeated at the same times on Sunday 22 February. 

The ban includes vehicles with permits to access the city centre and limited traffic zones (ZTL). It excludes electric cars; petrol and diesel Euro 5 cars; Euro 2 and Euro 3 motorcycles; cars with special permits for disabled drivers, and car sharing vehicles.

Motorists caught breaking the traffic ban face a €105 fine.

For full information, including list of exempted vehicles, see city website.

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