The plans could see the most polluting vehicles pay £50 a day to enter parts of Newcastle.Read more
People with lung conditions describe the impact air pollution has on their health.
Public consultation over plans to charge drivers for entering parts of Tyneside ends this week.
Gateshead, Newcastle and North Tyneside councils have put forward several options to combat air pollution - including charging vehicles for going over the Tyne or going into certain zones.
Drivers could be charged up to £50 a day to enter the city and town centres.
The local authorities say they've been given until 2021 to meet government clean air targets.
Representatives from Newcastle and Gateshead councils will be taking calls with Alfie and Anna at Breakfast between 09:00 and 10:00 on Monday.
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