After years of failing to comply with EU environmental regulations, the city of Madrid, Spain, is getting close to implementing a plan to improve air quality. The Plan of Air Quality and Climate Change, or simply Plan A, includes 30 measures to be rolled out between 2018 and 2020 and has a budget of 543.9 million euros ($645 million US). If it succeeds, it will not only result in a large reduction of polluting emissions, but could also change the city dramatically. Motor vehicles are the main ...
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