Current meteorological data
Air temperature: 39.38 (°F)
4.1 (°C)
Wind speed:6.5 (km/h)
Wind direction: W, 261.7 °
Global radiation: 26.7 (W/m²)
Precipitation: 0.0 (ltr/m²)
(Updated: 12/11/2018, 09:30,
S-Mitte, Schwabenzentrum)
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The condition of the air in Stuttgart

Due to Stuttgart's topographic conditions and position in the city basin, the condition of the air has been an important subject in the fields of city planning and construction since the beginning of the city's settlement (see also retrospection).

The condition of the air in Stuttgart has been monitored day and night for many years. The Land of Baden-Württemberg has operated a measuring network for this purpose since 1980. Baden-Württemberg's immission inventory for the region of Stuttgart also contains current data on the condition of the air in Stuttgart. The Office for Environmental Protection has also collected data on air pollution with a stationary measuring station in the city centre since 1965.

In contrast to traffic-related air pollutants, the ambient air concentration of predominantly non-traffic pollutants (e.g. sulphur dioxide, sedimenting particulate matter) has dropped significantly in the previous years. Traffic-related pollutants (e.g. nitrogen oxides, PM10, ozone) remain on a high level. The concentrations of nitrogen dioxide and PM10 exceed the limit values for traffic restriction measures along numerous roads in the city.

We can assume that the ambient air concentration of air pollutants in Stuttgart will decrease thanks to subsequent efforts in the field of air pollution control on both the local and the federal level. This is also true for the traffic sector. Even if the traffic volume continues to rise, we can expect a further decrease in traffic-related emissions as a result of newly developed car technologies, a diminished and more efficient fuel consumption and improved fuels.

 
 

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