Geneva pollution sticker plan stopped by courts
Geneva’s plan for all cars to show a sticker to determine how polluting it is has been stopped by the courts.
The idea was all vehicles would be rated from zero to five. In cases of high pollution in the city, the most polluting cars would be banned.
The motoring organization, the TCS, took the matter to court. It believes the system should be subject to federal jurisdiction.
A judge has halted the idea until the issue is resolved.