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Privately owned cars could disappear from Helsinki


A number of cities around the world are taking steps to reduce or limit the growth of privately owned vehicles numbers on the road, amidst growing concerns about the environment. Helsinki, the capital of Finland, is now taking into consideration a transformative plan that could work without car ownership entirely and only use car sharing, bicycles and public transport. The most ...
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