Pollution under emission limits at all Berlin measuring stations
In 2021, all measuring stations on roads throughout Berlin reported pollution levels compliant with emission limits for the second year in a row.
Compliance with limits for the second year in a row
This is according to data provided by the Senate and evaluated by the news station rbb24. "According to the data available so far, Berlin is complying with all annual limits for air purity for the second year in a row," State Secretary for the Environmental Silke Kircher (Die Grünen) confirmed to rbb. According to the report, the highest levels of nitrogen dioxide were recorded at the measuring points on the highway A100 in Westend and on Silbersteinstraße in Neukölln. There, the recorded levels of 38 micrograms and 35 micrograms per cubic meter of air, respectively, were just below the emission limit of 40 micrograms.
Publication date: 30 March 2023
Last updated: 14 January 2022