– Now parts of Trondheim have poor air quality as a result of the particles.
For example, this applies to Elgeseter Gate, the Ring Road and the E6 at Tiller. DThe municipality said Thursday.
They have all started with rContent and dust condensation To gain control of the situation.
– Let the car stop
The municipality is closely monitoring the situation together with the Norwegian Public Roads Administration and Trøndelag County Municipality.
They continue to assess the need for additional measures.
New information will come on Friday.
– In the meantime, we encourage you to get out of the car as much as possible.
Air pollution can especially affect people with asthma and other respiratory diseases or heart diseases.
It can also affect children, pregnant women and the elderly.
– People in these groups should be more active and reduce time spent in polluted areas. Airway irritation and discomfort also occur in healthy people.
Also red in Bergen
According to Air quality in NorwayThere is Moderate pollution in Trondheim on Thursday evening.
But on Friday they are warning of high levels of pollution – and not just in the capital, Trondheim.
The municipality of Bergen writes on their website that they expect moderate to high air pollution. This applies to busy roads in the city center during rush hours on Fridays.
Cities like Ålesund and Tromsø see high levels of pollution on Friday. This is Map.
Air quality is clear in Norway’s advice to the public about high air pollution:
– Outdoor activity is generally recommended. People with symptoms such as a cough or sore throat should consider reducing excessive physical activity in dirty outdoor areas.
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