The car is dead: Helsinki’s ambitious plan to kill off private vehicles

Energy and resources , Environment & Energy , Gerd's Reads , Sustainability , Travel and Tourism , Trends , Updates

Helsinki has an ambitious plan for its future. By 2025, the Finnish capital intends to revamp its public transport system to such an extent that private car ownership becomes pointless. The bold initiative is not just about providing more buses, trains, or taxis, but about creating a new transport infrastructure based on cutting-edge technology and a single, affordable payment system…

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Gerd Leonhard


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