|Should more limits be established for cars within downtown areas?
Depends on which country you live in and the public transport system they have in place.
Having been in locales in which vehicular traffic is controlled, I have to agree that it's a favorable thing.
We should be looking at changing the concentration of business centres in major cities to reduce environmental impacts.
Yes. Savannah, for example, should and could easily become a mostly automobile free town. Horses, buggies and pedicabs allowed, of course.
i guess so.
Yes because we are indisciplined bastards!
There are pros and cons to both.
If there's a sane public transit system and there's a dire shortage of infrastructure or contraints on traffic, then yes. It can be quite successfully implemented. Look at how Singapore did it.
But in contrast if you have to drive long distances, to park the car at the edge of town and then wait for the bus is rather silly.
So a balanced approch is always the best one.
More limits should be established to people driving cars all across the world.
there should be more practical alternatives to cars in downtown areas.
Yes, but it should ensure enough parking spaces around it and enough public transportation to access it if is a bigger distance between those two.
I'm from NYC. Hell yeah! But then it would lose something. But I would enjoy my walks down there more. But let's be real. Who will enforce this?
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