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What would happen if we removed cars from cities?

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What if we rethought the purpose of our streets: are they really just meant for cars to get from A to B?

Can we rethink the purpose of our streets, as places to walk and cycle, where children play and neighbours meet?

Read Dr Audrey de Nazelle’s article for the World Economic Forum exploring the benefits of cutting cars in cities and approaching urban planning with public health in mind: What would happen if we removed cars from cities?

Reporter

Audrey de Nazelle

Audrey de Nazelle
Centre for Environmental Policy

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Contact details

Tel: +44 (0)20 7594 7319
Email: anazelle@imperial.ac.uk

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