In Düsseldorf caused a test two "green lanes" to prevent diesel driving bans in the city centre. Only buses, bicycles, taxis and E are allowed to drive cars.
"green lanes" should be banned from driving to turn away
diesel driving to prevent bans in the city centre, in Düsseldorf, on a test basis two so-called green lanes. The have decided on Wednesday (09.01.2019) district offices and the planning and transport Committee.
Up to Easter to set up the two special tracks: On busy sections of the Merowinger and the Prinz-Georg-Straße. On these tracks may only ride buses, bicycles, taxis and electric cars.the city is also reviewing other "green lanes"
After a year of the effectiveness of these tracks is to be checked. In addition, the city will review up to the summer of the introduction of an "environmental track record" of the Werstener Kreuz to the center, and additional Park and Ride spaces. to create
To make room for this new track, drop off lanes for motorists. A similar road is already in Bielefeld, here, the carriageway is used only by bicycles and buses.criticism of the chamber of industry and Commerce
düsseldorf "environmental lane" to make motorists leave their car behind. Criticism there is of the düsseldorf chamber of industry and Commerce: they feared more traffic jams and that motorists switch to other roads.
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