Pei Chenghu, deputy chief of Beijing's Environmental Protection Bureau, said the government, while not limiting private-car growth, would take steps to limit vehicle types, introducing higher parking fees and more stringent emission standards that would see many older models banned. Citing official city data, state media also reported that there are now 1.3m private cars in the city, 11 for every 100 permanent residents.
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