meanwhile in highly normal american column opinion.
forbes writer complains about … pedestrianised cities, low-emissions zones, public transport and … shops selling nice fashion. lmao.
Just think, you could spend USD$50 for a one year subscription … or $140 for two.
"Gain unlimited access to our journalism!"
the story is the same. Cars are bad, biking is good, walking is better, public transit is better still, and the best of all is to stay home.
I love how this is framed as a thing to be scoffed at. I would rather have to walk to more of my stores than choke on the emissions of bumper to bumper cars in a densely populated urban zone.
I don't even think it's fun
to drive cars around in cities (in some cases, it would be faster to get out and walk), and actively avoid doing it unless it's for work. And when it's for work, oh boy good luck finding a place to park.
At the very least, if we're going to keep cars around, we need to migrate fully out of internal combustion.