Madrid's new regional president, talking about rolling back the city's (excellent!) anticongestion and emissions Madrid Central program:

> Congestion is “part of the life in Madrid”, she said, adding that the city’s nightlife “goes hand in hand with traffic jams”.

> Within a month of its launch last November, Madrid Central had cut urban traffic by up to 24% and nitrogen oxide (NOx) levels by 38%. CO2 emissions also fell by 14%.

What the hell is wrong with right-wingers?

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