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Taxi fares in China's capital will rise but by how much has not been officially confirmed yet, Beijing News reported Friday.
Stringent new fuel efficiency regulations for passenger vehicles released last month by the Chinese government could put more pressure on indigenous carmakers.
Beijing authorities said the capital will continue to limit the number of cars in rush hours using license plate numbers to ease congestion.
China has vowed to build 42 transport hubs by the end of 2015, with at least one in every province, autonomous region and municipality.
Chen Xiaoming doesn't want the name of either of the world's most famous automobile cities tied to Chengdu, Sichuan province.
China on Tuesday launched a more market-oriented oil product pricing system to better reflect costs and adapt to fluctuations in global oil prices.
The monthly travel distance of cars for official use in Guangzhou, capital of China's southeastern Guangdong province, shrank by 27.04 percent on average in 2012.
Guangdong provincial government hopes to boost its annual output for new energy automobiles to more than 50,000 units by 2015.
New subsidies for green vehicles are in the works as the Chinese government continues to balance the often-conflicting goals of boosting domestic demand and promoting environmental sustainability.
The Shanghai government is trying to further regulate the car plate market by requiring that the price of secondhand car plates does not exceed the auction prices of new car plates, the municipal government said on Thursday.
China's new electric cars subsidy policy will be divided into 16 levels, and cars will be subsidized in accordance to its actual energy-conserving performance.
The Tianjin economic planner has issued a series of policies to support development of the energy-saving and new-energy automobile industry.
Buyers of electric vehicles in Beijing will receive car plates without participating in the car license plate lottery, authority said on Thursday.
The proposed transport projects in 2013 include putting into operation more than 5,200 km of new railway lines, building an additional 80,000 km of highways
Beijing will not block the streets or use squad cars during the upcoming political sessions so as to guarantee smooth traffic.