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Beijing pushes back cars

For years, officials in China’s capital have focused on improving conditions for car traffic. After two decades of traffic jams and bad air, a change in thinking slowly takes hold in Beijing. For the first time, the focus is not just on switching to electromobility, but on reducing the number of all cars on the roads. This is according to Beijings 14th Five-Year Plan for the development and expansion of urban transportation.

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