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
Private vehicles eating into scare public land
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