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No parking: Oslo aims to limit cars in city center
by Rachel Elbaum
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30 December 2018
On 30 December 2018 NBC News reported:
Horns blaring, tires screeching and miles of traffic -- these are the hallmarks of busy cities the world over. But that is changing in Europe as some urban areas take steps to regulate and reduce the number of cars as they aim to improve both the environment and quality of life. Oslo is perhaps the furthest ahead with plans to restrict private cars within a half-mile radius of its city centre. It expects to eliminate all 700 of its on-street parking spaces by the end of the year and is slowly closing streets across that area to traffic. 'It's a paradigm shift from planning the city for cars to planning for people,' Oslo's Vice Mayor for Urban Development Hanna Marcussen said.
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