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    In addition, the 115 cameras already installed will remain in the Center, but 23 more cameras will be placed in Plaza Elíptica to control accesses. On the other hand, the tender for the contract to install 117 more devices in the M-30 to control the access of untagged vehicles from outside Madrid is already underway.
    It was the Partido Popular itself who fought Madrid Central when it was in opposition and after it was suspended by the courts, it seemed that Madrid was left without air quality regulation. But despite all the pitfalls or the recent protests against the veto of cars without a label, the new ordinance has gone ahead thanks to the support of four former councilors of Ahora Madrid.
    We must remember that the Low Emission Zone of the Centro district will come into force immediately the day after the publication of the new ordinance both in the bulletin of the Community of Madrid and the City Council. Thus, from next week the cameras will not fine, but the mobility agents will be able to do it.

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    he city of Madrid has since Monday a new Sustainable Mobility ordinance after obtaining the majority of favorable votes in the Cibeles Plenary thanks to the ‘yes’ of the formations that make up the municipal government (PP and Cs), as well as the four positive votes of the newly created Mixed Group. Vox, PSOE and Más Madrid voted against.
    In this way, Madrid will continue to have a low emissions zone as established by the Climate Change Law for cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants -two in particular, one in Centro and another in Plaza Elíptica-. It also establishes the regulatory framework for the entire territory of the capital to become a Low Emission Zone (LEZ) progressively from January 1, 2022.
    This is after the Supreme Court rejected last April the appeal filed by Ecologists in Action, thus confirming the previous ruling of the TSJM in which it annulled the low emission zone Madrid Cent.

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    Madrid Central fue la primera zona de bajas emisiones de España,[2] aunque Pontevedra había creado efectivamente una zona de este tipo al peatonalizar gran parte del centro de su ciudad. Barcelona anunció la implantación de una zona de bajas emisiones a partir de principios de 2020.
    Antes de la introducción del plan Madrid Central, ya se había restringido el tráfico en la ciudad y se había dado prioridad a los coches de los residentes para aparcar en las Áreas de Prioridad Residencial. (Área de Prioridad Residencial o APR).
    Madrid Central fue aprobado por la Junta de Gobierno del Ayuntamiento de Madrid el 29 de octubre de 2018[3] Su inauguración estaba inicialmente prevista para el 23 de noviembre de 2018, pero se retrasó hasta el 30 de noviembre de 2018 debido a la petición de la Confederación Empresarial de Madrid-CEOE para que la aplicación del protocolo no coincidiera con el Black Friday[4][5].
    A excepción de los residentes e invitados, se restringió el tráfico de vehículos a los eléctricos o híbridos,[6] con un periodo transitorio hasta 2020 que daba acceso adicional a los vehículos diésel y gasolina con la condición de aparcar en una plaza.

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    The Madrid City Council has 10 days to annul the low-emission area Madrid Central after receiving this Wednesday the diligence of order of the Superior Court of Justice of Madrid (TSJM) to take effect the ruling relapsed in the Judgment 446/2020, of July 27, 2020 that ratified the Supreme Court after an appeal by Ecologists in Action.
    The Madrid Central annulled by the courts is the one that came into force in November 2018, during the mandate of Manuela Carmena. Upon reaching the mayor’s office, José Luis Martínez-Almeida announced his own low-emission zone ( Zona de Bajas Emisiones de Especial Protección del Distrito Centro (ZBEDEP)) encompassed in the Madrid 360 project that also includes new pedestrianizations.
    After the May ruling of the Supreme Court ratifying the annulment of Madrid Central and in view of the doubts raised, Almeida warned that Madrid Central was still “in force”. The statement was based on the fact that the sentence would not be final until two months later (July) and the mayor was then counting on having the plan B already approved, but the deadline is running out and now the City Council has 10 days to bring forward the new ordinance.

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