Madrid in quandary as Spain’s top court rejects low emission zone law

The Spanish supreme court has struck down the ‘Madrid Central’ low-emission zone introduced in 2018, meaning the city council will have to approve replacement regulations within two months or face rising road transport emissions and possible EU fines.

by Richard Weyndling

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