A law passed by the German government is supposed to provide a better infrastructure with fast-charging stations and thus make the switch to e-cars more attractive. Despite the planned investment of billions, critics are not convinced.
The city is getting 291 new buses. All of them run on diesel engines. This contradicts the promise of the Green Senator for the Environment to ban all internal combustion vehicles from the city by 2030.
The organisation Deutsche Umwelthilfe (DUH) has drawn up a positive mid-term balance sheet but at the same time is not resting on its laurels.
In 2019, a total of 25 German cities exceeded the EU limit for nitrogen oxide. For the ADAC, however, the matter is clear: there should be no further driving bans.
In the Stuttgart region, hardware upgrades for diesel have begun.