More and more cities are laying out their vision for the future of mobility. For many, the goal is to reduce, if not remove, low-occupancy cars from their streets, reducing pollution and making streets safer. San Francisco is among the latest to join the ranks of urban centres that are prohibiting access for cars: parts of Market Street, one of the city’s busiest roads, will be shut to private drivers. This followed New York’s closure of 14th street in October 2019….
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March 30, 2020