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Monument-filled, traffic-clogged Rome to ban diesel cars by 2024
by Philip Pullella
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28 February 2018
On 28 February 2018 Reuters reported:
Rome, one of Europe's most traffic-clogged cities and home to thousands of ancient outdoor monuments threatened by pollution, plans to ban diesel cars from the center by 2024, its mayor said. diesel, according to industry figures. Rome has no major industries, so nearly all of the air pollution in the Italian capital is caused by motor vehicles.
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Her [Mayor Virginia Raggi] comments followed a court ruling in Germany that cities there can ban the most heavily polluting diesel cars from their streets.
About two-thirds of the 1.8 million new cars sold in Italy last year were diesel, according to industry figures.
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