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First and informal contacts between the Region and the Municipality, on the one hand, and the government on the other, to deactivate the mine of the new ztl green band. The one that since November -according to the resolution approved by the board Gualtieri – will ban 330,000 vehicles on weekdays, and in an area of 21 square kilometers, gas Diesel Euro 0-2 and Euro 0-3. With this in mind, the Milan model is being studied to limit the inconvenience to citizens, who are forced to change cars, motorcycles and trucks. We look, therefore, at incentives that modulate upwards if you opt for a less polluting vehicle and, above all, at the Move-In system: a black box to be installed in older cars, to allow those who do not were able (we are talking above all about productive ones) to travel a certain number of kilometers per year in restricted traffic areas. Once that limit is exceeded, the fines are activated. Yesterday in Parliament, and responding to a question from Forza Italia, the Undersecretary for Transport, Tullio Ferrante, confirmed that “in analogy with what happens in Milan with the Move-In system” they are studying “the granting of an adequate number of annual entries. bonuses”. But other “various exceptions, remodeling and corrective measures are also being studied, including, in addition to the exception for LPG bi-fuel vehicles, the possibility of leaving polluting vehicles parked in prohibited areas”.
New Ztl of Rome, from the map to the exceptions: this is what will change
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Already next week, the mayor Roberto Gualtieri would like to have a first organic proposal from the offices to modify the Ztl. The Region is also accelerating, which must, on the one hand, authorize the changes decided by the Capitol in terms of emission reduction and, on the other, negotiate with the Government both on incentives for vehicles and on the more environmental aspects of the extent. There is always the risk of EU sanctions. In that direction, it seems that the governor has already moved informally with the executive. We also want to start up the control room between the Region and the Municipality soon. Just Rocca wrote to Gualtieri in recent days, asking him, “in order to speed up the examination of possible solutions, to anticipate the alternatives to the study of the Capitoline technicians so that the regional structures can in turn provide all possible support.” Also because it is “also necessary and urgent to jointly initiate a discussion with the government to verify possible incentives for scrapping to expedite the modernization of the vehicle fleet that circulates in the municipal area.”
But, once the resolution of the Capitol has been rewritten, it will be necessary to knock on the door of the government -the Ministry of the Environment in primis- also to have a shield towards the EU. Brussels wants from here 2030 restrictively review the limits of fine particles in the atmosphere. And the intermediary of this negotiation can only be Rocca, who confirmed “the widest and most effective collaboration” with Gualtieri. Precisely in reference to the new approach of Brussels on Pm10, the Capitolian councilor for the environment, Sabrina Alfonsi, recalled that «Rome is currently in a better situation than other areas of the country. From this year’s data from the 13 ARPA control units that control air quality, there was only one exceedance with respect to the allowed, in Tiburtina in Pm10, and one in the survey system in Fermi in No2. But only a little.” Alfonsi, as expected, assured that the Capitol “is already working a lot on air quality and climate issues” and among the measures he recalled the limitations “to turn on the heating to respond to the problem of fine particles”. In fact, while safeguarding the environment, ensuring greater flexibility for cars will also mean toughening up the heating.
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