New Congestion Charge in Milan

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Following in London and Stockholm’s footsteps, Milan has recently introduced a new congestion charge in an effort to reduce traffic – and the initial results are positive. In just the first week after its implementation, incoming traffic decreased by 37%, as did black carbon and other particulates along with it. The new congestion charge is for “Area C” – the new limited traffic zone in the center of the city.

Several other cities around the world are planning to do the same – what about New York?

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