City to ease traffic problems BEIJING — Anxious to win the bid for the 2008 Olympic Games, Beijing lawmakers are coming up with a plethora of ideas to solve the city's traffic jams and air pollution problems. The city government to date has received 1,115 proposals from 763 members of the local parliament to resolve “exhaust emission and market disorder problems,” including a face-lift to the city's narrow lanes and congested streets. Beijing also is gearing up for the 50th year ...

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