How European cities are going car-free

From Stockholm to Milan, learn about the innovative ways cities in Europe are kicking privately owned vehicles out





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In Europe, privately owned vehicles are on the way out, and sustainable mobility solutions are on the way in

Discover the innovative measures that European cities are adopting to pave the way towards a car-free future. Cities like London, Brussels, and Stockholm are leading the charge with Low Emission Zones, imposing fees on vehicles exceeding designated emission limits while Paris is introducing higher parking fees for oversized vehicles starting in 2024. Such initiatives showcase the diverse approaches cities are taking to address the challenges of private car ownership and create more sustainable urban environments.

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