How North American cities are going car-free

From Vancouver to Guadalajara, learn about the innovative ways cities in North America are kicking privately owned vehicles out





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In North America, many cities are rejecting the “car is king” mentality

From Mexico’s impressive bike infrastructure to New York City’s congestion pricing and Vancouver’s ’15-minute city’ plan, North American cities are making strides towards a car-free future. Discover the many initiatives that showcase the growing commitment to sustainable urban mobility, creating pedestrian-friendly spaces and supporting public transportation for a more eco-friendly and accessible future.

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