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Strategic Move Against Two-Stroke Vehicles: Lahore commits to clean the air
Strategic action taken to control air pollution

Lahore, 22 March 2004 -Two-stroke engine rickshaws will be banned from January and only four-stroke engine rickshaws that work on compressed natural gas will be authorised to run in the city, Punjab Environment Minister Makhdoom Ishfaq Ahmed said on Wednesday on a visit to a rickshaw factory.

Read the full article at the Daily Times:
http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=story_18-3-2004_pg7_20

The city district government has also signed an agreement with the Clear Air Initiative for Asian Cities to control pollution in Lahore.

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Pakistan
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Vehicular air pollution
Vehicular air pollution > Cleaner vehicles
Cleaner vehicles > 2-3 Wheelers
Vehicular air pollution > Transportation and traffic management
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