Madrid scraps LEZ even as Spain struggles to meet EU air quality standards

Six months over deadline, the Spain on Monday submitted to Brussels a national air pollution control programme with the declared intention of seeking to avert potential multi-million euro fines

by Richard Weyndling
Pollution, traffic jam in Madrid (photograph: Alberto Loyo/123RF)
Pollution, traffic jam in Madrid (photograph: Alberto Loyo/123RF)

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