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New Trends for Transforming the Future of Mobility with Less Car Usage

A sustainable future requires a complete transformation of mobilization. This includes taking actions and awaking the new generation world about the importance of bike-friendly and public transport systems. 

The rapid increase in the use of cars has clogged the atmosphere with harmful emissions. Though the pandemic 2020 helped to reduce and balance the climate’s health to a greater extent. But it’s still vital to mitigate climate change across various cities by clamping down cars’ use.

The private car domination had increased the number of pollutants such as nitrogen dioxide and carbon dioxide, but nature found a way to heal itself under the pandemic’s shadow. Studies have shown that due to less use of such personal cars have helped during the lockdown. But various cities have also come with their policies to promote less car usage and create a more environmentally friendly atmosphere.

These trends with new technologies would transform the mobility to welcome new healthy earth.

Congestion Pricing

New York became the first city in the US to implement this congestion pricing. Under this, the drivers would be charged to enter into the most crowded cities. The sole aim is to reduce the traffic and, at the same time, alter transportation in urban areas. 

When you compare the strategy with respect to the environment, it will give a positive result. Foremost to say, reducing traffic means reduced particulate emission in high urban areas. The spread of a large number of emissions at a particular place will gradually decrease. It also reduces the stop-and-go traffic; hence the fuel consumption and pollutants released will be much less.

Electric Cars

Los Angeles is trying to get people out of the cars by 2028. They expect to transform the majority of high particulate emission vehicles such as cars and trucks to become completely electric. Their goal is to achieve 30% of cars on the road to be electric by 2028, whereas the new cars that would be coming up in the following years will have electric technology. By the end of 2018, they plan to have 80% of newly sold cars on the roads to follow this electric technology. San Francisco has started its private car ban visions in market streets.

Enhanced Public Transportation

Los Angeles, for example, is completely on fire to get away from the cars. To effectively reduce emissions, they are planning to improve the structure of public transport. For example, desired features such as WiFi and charging points would be installed in public transport to attract many people to follow this mobility. 

Getting rid of diesel buses and bringing electric buses into place with lesser noise are other expected changes they want to place into operation in a few years. The motive is to provide many facilities, features, and comforts through public transport to prefer to have buses rather than individually choosing cars willingly. 

Expanding micro-mobility by bikes

Designing streets to ensure a safe ride with a bike was installed in the downtown of LA. This includes two-way protected bike lanes. Short trips earlier preferred on bikes are slowly getting changed into the use of shared bikes or scooters.

Other projects include sharing a single car (that too electric) in areas of low-income neighborhoods. Sharing can help to reduce the purchasing of cars only for individual use.