Cities are reimagining their relationship with cars

Source: Somini Sengupta & Nadja Popovich, N.Y.Times (Paid Registration)

Several cities have begun by making it expensive to bring older diesel cars and trucks into the city center. Some are aiming to keep out diesel vehicles altogether during rush hour (Bristol, by 2021, for example) and eventually all vehicles with internal combustion engines (Amsterdam, by 2030). Several offer incentives to switch out conventional cars for electric ones.

New York City, packed with cars and noisy, diesel-burning trucks in its city center on weekdays, will be the first American city to adopt a congestion price, but not until 2021.

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