Expand car and (e-)bike sharing systems in primary and secondary cities

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Research suggests that car sharing may offer considerable environmental and social benefits, such as carbon emission reductions and greater use of alternative modes such as public transit, walking, and cycling, and reduced parking investments due to reduced ownership and use of vehicles. Surveys carried out in six European cities and three U.S. cities have indicated that car sharing could result in a 30% to 40% reduction in annual vehicle travel per driver, which could yield significant co-benefits.

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