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Madrid will have the largest mobility test area in Europe in January


Madrid, Sep 21 (EFE).- (Camera: Ángel Herrera) Starting in January, Madrid will have the largest technological innovation testing area for mobility in all of Europe, a pioneering project that has been promoted jointly by the City Council and Madrid Futuro, a non-profit consortium made up of more than 100 companies for the economic reactivation of the city after the Covid-19 pandemic.FOOTAGE OF ONE OF THE SHEDS IN MADRID.

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