The European Parliament approves report on reducing urban traffic
The Parliamentarians approved up to 27 measures to reduce the CO2 urban traffic produces, such as telecommuting, walking and cycling more, improving mass transit systems, creating car sharing and car pooling systems. However, they also spoke about tolls in both highways and cities (that is, congestion charges), as well as making all car tax systems in Europe based on emissions. A proposal to limit the maximum speed to 130 km/h (80 mph) didn't make it through.
[Source: Agencia EFE via Econoticias]
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