Transport charging policies consist a basic tool for sustainable mobility while they increasingly applied in urban centers. The objective of the paper is to investigate drivers’ acceptance of an environmental parking charging policy and an environmental congestion charging policy in Greek urban centers. For this purpose, data collected through a questionnaire survey while two ordinal logistic regression models developed to determine the public acceptance of the environmental transport charging policies under consideration; 370 responses were collected and analyzed. Results indicated that Greek drivers who are more environmentally conscious, accept other similar environmental charging policies and with high annual income have increased probability to accept the examinedpolicies. Furthermore, several other parameters such as the driver’s satisfaction level considering travel cost and Public Transport accessibility, the weekly trips for work and age affect policies acceptance and should be taken into account by policymakers when developing and implementing similar environmental mobility strategies.