Can you think of a less efficient way to transport people through your city than cars?

To carry 50,000 people per hour in each direction, a city needs a 175m wide road for cars. This is, of course, excluding parking; at least 50,000 spaces at each end, each being at least 12m2. Cycling Professor @fietsprofessor

Article illustrating the harmful effects of car dominance on communities, the environment, safety, and public health. Aspiration towards more sustainable and effective alternatives like mass transit and improved pedestrian and cycling infrastructure.

Why spend space and resources on cars when we have better solutions?

Amsterdam against Rotterdam. Making rails greener. Groene #leefstraat. Green livable street. @DutchUrbanIndex
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