Switzerland's supreme court, Tribunal Federal, last week ordered a new environmental impact study for the Zurich Kloton Airport expansion project. The decision is expected to delay the start of construction six to 12 months. The project, estimated to cost 2.1 billion Swiss francs ($1.4 billion), includes a new terminal, parking space and railroad infrastructure. It was approved by referendum in 1995 following the Swiss tradition of direct democracy, but an association of local residents ...

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