Cities Without Cars

This slideshow form <em>Mother Nature Network</em> shows seven globa cities that are completely free of cars.
August 2, 2009, 11am PDT | Nate Berg
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Most of the cities are islands, including Sark Island in the UK, Mackinac Island in Michigan and various Greek islands.

"It's hard to believe that before the early 20th century, almost every city in the world was "car-free." Zoom ahead 100 years later, and you have to do some real digging to escape the army of cars now clogging the planet's roads and highways. Sure, there are some cities with car-free zones, but we wanted to find destinations where entire populations go about their business independent of the automobile."

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Published on Friday, July 31, 2009 in Mother Nature Network
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