Norway plaining to air purrified reduce carbon dioxide wars on cars


Oslo, Norway (By Ahmed Tanveer): European Green Capital” by the European Commission for 2019, Oslo hopes the pollution move will purify its air, encourage more cultural activities and reduce carbon dioxide emissions, which it aims to cut by 95 percent by 2030. The Norwegian  people fear is that the centre of Oslo will die, that it will become a very depressing place,” he says, contradicting the official line. Oslo is spearheading a broader trend, with other big cities like Paris, Madrid, Brussels and Helsinki all trying to reverse from the car-based society. The source said, we totally eliminate cars, we need to improve public transport, both in terms of price and quality. The capital of Norway  Oslo which plans to ban all cars in its city centre till 2019. The Oslo’s centre has only about 1000 inhabitants but around 90-thousand people commute there to work every day. The city hall wants to teach its inhabitants to use the public transport instead of cars. It tries to do so through the preference of the public transport on the streets, separate bus lanes, renovation of tram lines and its vehicles. In 2016 the city plans to create new cycling paths in the whole length of 2,5 kilometres,“ said Skokanova. She said Oslo plans to permanently ban all cars from its city center  six years before Norway’s country-wide ban would go into effect. (Please send your news, article, pictorial on our email address < & or WhatsApp +923132434567)