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Despite central Madrid’s foot-friendly makeover, the average Madrileño scoffs at walking to work, school or the bar, CityMetric reports.
The only vehicles to be permitted in Madrid’s city center would be those owned by residents who live there and motorcycles and delivery trucks during limited hours, Streetsblog USA reports.
New parking meters coming to Madrid offer discounts to fuel sippers while charging extra for gas guzzlers, the Guardian reports.
A detailed blueprint updated every 15 years would transform the auto-clogged capital of Spain into a pedestrian’s dream, reports The Atlantic Cities.