Prague City Hall wants to ban heavy trucks from the city centre, the Prague councillor in charge of infrastructure, Petr Dolínek, said on Wednesday. Heavy trucks over 12 tonnes won’t be allowed on Prague’s inner ring road unless they have an exemption issued by the city district authority. Prague City Hall still has to go hold talks with the police, which are against the plan. City councillors also plan to establish a low-emissions zone within the city centre from 2017.
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