Larkin Plan

Nothing less than that. The component more harmful in that box, are the emissions of carbon dioxide, generated by internal combustion engines. In the meetings of the Group of eight, quantified the problem in 600 million motor vehicles. We acotemos in the Argentina circulating around eight (8) million of them. Our discourse is dilated and recurrent in the sense of the harmful effects that causes the automotive complex and its derivatives in the Argentine encounter. To more pollution, and waste and fuels, accidents caused by car accidents than this weighted by the insurance industry, is added in around 1.75 % of Argentine gross product. In the current year will be met half a century in which President Frondizi, signed the decree that approved of an automotive production regime, viewed at the time as a tool for development, with the passage of time step have a counter-productive effect by its negative aftermath. This decree that complemented the Nacional de Vialidad law of 1932 and which would be reinforced by the Larkin Plan, commissioned by the same administration that signed the Decree, which was intended not to complement to the system of transport that pivoteaba on the existing rail network and river maritime cabotage transport, but to replace it.

That substitution was traumatic and being very visible costs, still it is not weighted their projections. For not to dwell on considerations, which we have done in previous communications (many of them available on the network), we want to emphasize the possibilities that opens the philosophy that supports this Law 26.473. We are aware that we border on the temerity when we promote the accelerated minimization of the extent of motor vehicles that are currently circulating in Argentina. It is still taken as positive aspects that are pavimenten roads, build new highways and increase the production of motor vehicles.

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