Milan, the largest overall beneficiary, is set to receive a total of euros 4.9m to promote cleaner transport and energy consumption, followed by Turin, Bologna, Parma, Rome, Latina, Genoa, Ferrara, Imola, Naples and Florence.
The 118 projects that government will fund aim at establishing and/or completing minimum environmental impact public transport systems and anti-smog helplines, as well as electronic urban traffic and atmospheric pollution monitoring systems.
Italian environment ministry, tel +39 06 57 22 55 80.
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