After a year and a half of a global pandemic, citizens around the world have caught a glimpse of what cities with reduced traffic might look and feel like. With calls to “build back better”, there was an increased push for a drastic reduction in dependence on fossil fuels and the poisonous emissions belched into the Earth’s atmosphere. Municipalities, choked up with traffic and exhaust fumes, increasingly seek car-free schemes to move their residents from one place to another. Car-free cities tend to rely on walking, cycling or public transport for transportation within urban limits, a model that ...


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