Private vehicles eating into scare public land

Private vehicles are clogging city streets, as they grow at a frightening pace. Hidden subsidies help park them on scarce public land and contribute to a problem that is assuming crisis proportions. A CSE paper has analysed the problem and shown why the state must improve public transport and discourage private cars. Down To Earth navigates the parking minefield

Published: Thursday 31 May 2007

Private vehicles eating into scare public land

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