22 Jun 2022

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This episode of The Conversation’s In Depth Out Loud podcast explains the 12 best ways to get cars out of cities, based on new research.

Kimberly Nicholas, an associate professor of sustainability science at Lund University, says that congestion charging and creating car-free streets and separated bike lanes are some of the best ways to reduce car use in cities. You can read the text version of her original article here.

The audio version of this article is read by Adrienne Walker in partnership with Noa, News Over Audio. Listen to more articles from The Conversation, for free, on the Noa app.

This story came out of a project at The Conversation called Insights, which generates long-form journalism and is working with academics from different backgrounds who have been engaged in projects to tackle societal and scientific challenges. You can read more stories in the series here.

The music in In Depth Out Loud is Night Caves, by Lee Rosevere. In Depth Out Loud is produced by Gemma Ware.

Kimberly Nicholas was funded for this work by the Swedish Research Council Formas, grant 2019-02051.


Read the full article here.
This content was originally published by The Conversation. Original publishers retain all rights. It appears here for a limited time before automated archiving. By The Conversation

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