Green Zone Lille
Required type of environmental sticker in Lille: CritAir 4 or 3 and better
You can read more about the types of environmental badges in the section Types of Environmental Badges.
The Low-emissions Zone of Lille
Besides in Paris, low-emissions zones have been introduced in Lille and other cities. From the 1st April, 2017, drivers of foreign vehicles need an environmental badge to enter Lille. This is the so-called emergency low-emissions zone (ZPA), which comes into force in cases of exceptionally bad emissions conditions.
Map of the Lille low-emissions zone
Validity of the Lille low-emissions zones
When the limits are exceeded, entrance will probably be allowed only to vehicles with a valid environmental badge Crit'Air E, 1, 2 and 3. Vehicles with a lower sticker will be banned.
The Ecological Zones Apply to Foreign Drivers
If you drive without the environmental badge in the low-emissions zone, you will pay a fine of € 68 (i.e. approximately £ 62), which can climb to € 375 (i.e. approximately £ 320) in cases of late payment.
Driving in Lille
Are you going to Lille by car?
From 1. 4. 2017, foreign cars must be marked with the “crit'air” environmental badge. This so-called emergency low-emissions zone takes effect whenever the level of smog notably increases. Only vehicles with the crit'air plaque of classes E, 1, 2, and 3 will most likely be allowed to enter the activated low-emissions zone. There are 6 types of badge in France that express how much the vehicle is involved in air pollution.
The low-emissions zone of Lille includes a total of 12 municipalities: Lille, Hellemmes, Lambersart, Lezennes, Lomme, La Madeleine, Marcq-en-Baroeul, Marquette-Lez-Lille, Mons-en-Baroeul, Ronchin, Saint-André-lez-Lille and Lille Sequedin. Prohibitions and restrictions will not apply to the main roads A1, A22, A25, N227 and D652.
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The plaque has unlimited validity and should be placed in the bottom-right corner of the windscreen.