la Repubblica: Genova, via al decreto "anti-Vespa".
It's called "anti-Vespa ordinance" and the name is enough to understand the revolution, cultural, social, before being an environmentalist who is going to overwhelm Genoa. The mayor of the city, Marco Bucci, was clear: "This week will be released the ordinance prohibiting entry into a portion of the city for vehicles from € 2 down," he explained. The order is in fact already ready and is only awaiting the green light of the junta.
Let me be clear, many other Italian cities - including the capital, where, however, no one controls ... - have banned the use of the most polluting two-wheeled vehicles, but it is only in Genoa that a normal municipal ordinance has taken the character of anti-Vespa crusade: there the number of vintage Piaggio scooters that circulate is enormous and - in fact - there are no two-stroke old two-wheelers, apart from Vespa.