Cars Towards a city center completely emptied from its cars in Berlin
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A Berlin collective militates that all the downtown German capital be forbidden to cars and become a space reserved for pedestrians, public transport, bicycles and other scooters. A petition gathering more than 50,000 signatures thus invites the creation of a referendum for an expected implementation by 2027.
for citizens behind this initiative, baptized Berlin AutoFrere ("Berlin without a car") A car without a car guarantees a better quality of life, a healthier air, more space for all, more safety in the streets and of course increased climate protection. The idea is to prohibit access to passenger cars in an area 88 km2, delimited by the small railway belt surrounding the center of the city. To give an idea, Paris Intramuros makes 105 km2.
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It should be known that Berliners have the opportunity to adopt certain laws specific to their city by referendum. That's why this initiative, more and more popular, could end up. In the best case, this referendum could take place in 2023 and the project could really come to life after a four-year transition period.
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The inhabitants of Berlin supporting the idea of a city center almost emptied from its cars go in the direction of history, the zones Say "low mobility emissions" today multiplying everywhere.
From 2022, Paris will show the example, with reduced circulation throughout the capital's hypercentre, which will then be forbidden to most cars. In Europe, many cities like Barcelona, Bristol, England or Louvain in Belgium adopt the same policy. In Canada, Montreal has tested this summer the concept by pedestrianly making very many shopping streets. A solution that could, by location, become quickly sustainable.
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