The Spanish capital could soon become car free, according to plans issued by local authorities in an effort to reduce emissions.
Nearly 500 hectares of the city centre will soon become car free, except for local traffic and public transport, in what is being seen as the first steps towards making the city vehicle free.
Along with that, an additional 22km of pavements and paths is being installed in the city to help aid pedestrian access.
works are being done to ensure that the city meets its pollution targets set by the European Commission in 2020.
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