News Digest Item
25 Jul 2018

Baden-Württemberg consults with federal government in advance of diesel driving bans in Stuttgart

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The federal state of Baden-Württemberg is holding talks with the federal government in preparation for driving bans for older diesel cars in the city of Stuttgart, according to a dpa article carried by Handelsblatt. Baden-Württemberg State Premier Winfried Kretschmann is consulting with the federal government on the labelling of affected vehicles. The bans are to take effect in 2019.

Read the article in German here.

For background, read the factsheets Diesel driving bans in Germany – The Q&A and “Dieselgate” – a timeline of Germany’s car emissions fraud scandal.

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