It has been almost 100 years since the first car was produced and since then the automobile is our main mean of getting around. As cities continue to grow it turns out that cars are not the most convenient way of transport. For example, in a city like London a bicycle works better than a car. Traffic is becoming a huge problem in many cities around the world so the idea of a car-free city sounds very appealing.
Here are 8 cities that tend to become completely car-free zones.
1. Copenhagen, Denmark
Since 1960 Copenhagen is creating bigger pedestrian zones by reducing highways, and today this city has the smallest number of cars in all of Europe. In fact there are 320km of bike lanes with plans of building superhighways for bikes so they can reach the suburbs.