Spanish city councils reversing sustainable mobility initiatives in populist backlash

Right-wing city councils that came to power in Spain’s municipal elections in May are tearing up bike lanes, removing protection for pedestrians and cyclists and relaxing or failing to implement mandatory low emissions zones (LEZ), according to sustainable mobility campaigners.

by Richard Weyndling

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