Hamburg takes steps to impose Germany's first big city ban on old diesels

By Riham Alkousaa BERLIN, May 16 (Reuters) - Hamburg said on Wednesday it had begun putting up signs to enforce what will be the first ban on older diesel vehicles from streets in a major German city, after a court ruled in February that cities were entitled to impose such bans. Hamburg's environmental authorities said on Wednesday they had put up around 100 signs this week announcing the ban in two streets and offering directions for alternative routes. ...

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