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Mohamed Mezghani Sep 22
At the occasion of , it's an opportunity to remember how much space is wasted to move metal boxes instead of moving people. Source:
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Dirk JanssenπŸ‡³πŸ‡±πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Sep 22
If the Dutch King, Queen and Prime Minister can bike to their next meeting, so can youπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ Happy
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Jo Lomas Sep 20
I’ve really missed in . After six months, found the bike had a slow puncture so walking it was!
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Sustrans Sep 22
Research from found that people , and using spent 40% more than motorists in local shops. Not only does car free travel create healthier and happier neighbourhoods, it strengthens local economies.
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Terry Reintke Sep 20
Walking, cycling, skateboarding in the middle of the street in Brussels. SO MUCH SPACE 😍😍😍 Because it’s
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Sandrine Umutoni Sep 20
The Kigali is back! πŸ™ŒπŸΎ
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WHO Rwanda Sep 20
in re-started today 20/09 with individual activities after 6 months stop due to . Roads were full of people of all ages walking, jogging, riding & practicing physical activities. Were present the Minister of Sports & Mayor of City among others.
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Smart Mobility Congress Sep 21
πŸš²πŸšΆβ€β™€οΈπŸšŒWhat does it feel like to live in a city without ? Let's test it out! Tomorrow Sept.22, on , walk, bike or use for your daily commute! video by
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Sarah Olney Sep 22
Cycling the school run
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Sustrans Sep 22
Today is . πŸš²πŸ›΄πŸšŒ Research shows that people who cycle for work and functional trips take 270,000 cars off the roads every day. Switching to a car-free lifestyle has huge benefits for the , and the . Could you go car free?
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Matthew BALDWIN Sep 20
here in Brussels. A special peaceful day for many, maybe especially this year? Today is not the cold sad silence of lockdown but simply a city celebrating independence from the car...the thrum of people enjoying neighbourhoods. More please.
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Reggie Tricker Sep 22
Bikes, trams and people in the centre of Freiburg where everyday is a (for a significant part)
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Go2Warsaw Sep 22
On the occasion of World Car-Free Day choose public transportation or city bikes rather than private cars. Not only today but every day... PS Buses 🚌, trams πŸš‹, and metro πŸš‡ are free of charges today.
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European Commission πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Sep 21
Today is World ! In a challenging year, we want our cities to become cleaner and accessible to all. The will pave the way for sustainable transports, while reducing transport emissions and achieving a zero-pollution environment β†’
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Sustrans Sep 21
Tomorrow is πŸš²πŸ›΄πŸšŒ Travelling in an environment with no congestion or may seem like a far-fetched desire but it doesn’t have to be... read our top tips for going car free here➑️
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pedalandtringtring.com Sep 22
In the midst COVID-19, climate crises, bicycle has the potential to become the support β€˜vehicle for justice’ through its exceptional mobility & universality the world over & evident by a recent, unprecedented boom in bicycle sales & usage.
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London Car Free Day Sep 21
London has 6.8 million parking spaces - what if 10% of on-street parking in every borough was converted to new parklets, green space & outdoor seating? Londoners would have more space to move freely & breathe easy. Could lead the way on ?
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Pinar Pinzuti 10h
All the cities should have a monthly Car Free Day, RT if you agree.
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David Van Ruti Sep 19
Hello everyone! is back πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ
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The Great Trail πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ Sep 22
Remember to go car-free today! Get on the Trail and get active.
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