Wheels in motion for a car free future

City centres could become virtually car-free over the next 20 years under new plans proposed by Leeds transport researchers.


The team have produced three 'visions' of future UK urban areas where up to 80% of all journeys are made by bike or on foot and where cars and lorries are virtually obsolete.  With the visions in place, the team are in the process of discussing with city authorities how the changes required might be achieved in the specific context of a number of towns and cities in the UK.

Read more about the project.

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