Sept 22 (Reuters) - Around 100 million people around the world are expected to observe International Car-Free Day on Thursday. Campaigns to reduce reliance on cars have been planned for over 1,500 cities in 40 countries and are designed to show alternatives to car use such as public transport and the promotion of car-free zones. The eventual aim is to reduce air pollution, noise and overcrowding in cities. Following are some facts about the day, road transport and its environmental ...
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