Smart City: Helsinki's plan to make car ownership pointless in 10 years

02 september 2014  /  RUIMTEVOLK

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Ten years from now, transportation in Helsinki may operate very differently from the current system. The service will be run by transportation operators, through which the regular citizen can buy all they want with a click. This does not only entail public transportation within the city, but also carpool, taxi, a train ticket to Tampere or parking fees in the city centre.

Helsinki Times: The future resident of Helsinki will not own a car


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