Fewer parking spaces for residents, free public transport, abolition of the GA travelcard: the cities are proposing radical measures

Transport policy

Fewer parking spaces for residents, free public transport, abolition of the GA travelcard: the cities are proposing radical measures

A new study shows which way cities could go in terms of transport policy. The proposals are aimed at driving a car, but should also reduce mobility as a whole. The resistance is fierce.

Parking spaces are becoming an increasingly rare commodity in cities.

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What the Swiss cities have done in the transport sector to counter climate change is not enough. This is the conclusion of a new study by the Mobility City Forum. The “heaviest chunks” now also have to be tackled.

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