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Traffic Police Cracking Down on Dilapidated Cars in Karaj, Isfahan

With the soaring density of air pollutants, an emergency situation has been announced in Karaj, Alborz Province, where smog-inducing vehicles have been banned
Traffic Police Cracking Down on Dilapidated Cars in Karaj, IsfahanTraffic Police Cracking Down on Dilapidated Cars in Karaj, Isfahan

To put a cap on the increasing air pollution in Iranian megacities, Karaj and Isfahan, urban managers have once again employed restrictive traffic rules, the efficiency of which has been repeatedly questioned. 
With the soaring density of air pollutants, an emergency situation has been announced in Karaj, Alborz Province. 
Gholamali Sharq, traffic police chief of Karaj, says smog-inducing vehicles have been banned in the city. 
"The traffic in the city is monitored throughout the year. However, with the increasing density of toxic emissions that have deteriorated these days, traffic rules have become stricter to alleviate air pollution," Sharq told IRNA.

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