The FOI by Peugeot found that low emission and clean air zones have contributed to £418m since March 2021, with £320m of this total generated by London's ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ).
The car manufacturer’s research comes ahead of the expansion of London’s ULEZ next Tuesday.
The clean air zone (CAZ) in Birmingham generated over £79m and Bath’s scheme brought in £10m.
Between September 2022 and June 2023, Bradford’s CAZ made £7m. Portsmouth's zone made £1m between December 2021 and May 2023.
Local authorities are legally required to invest these earnings into local transport.
This article was originally published by LocalGov.co.uk.