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Should Private Cars Be Forbidden In Large Cities?
Private cars should be forbidden in large cities.
Cars take up a lot of space.
The use of cars causes major pollution.
Cities would be safer if private cars were banned.
Banning cars encourages people to travel more by bike or by foot more often.
Public and active transport builds community by providing opportunities for interaction between people that cars do not provide.
The Paris Agreement (2015)
commitment 'keeping a global temperature rise this century well below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels and to pursue efforts to limit the temperature increase even further to 1.5 degrees Celsius' would require most cities to become climate neutral in the coming decades.
Cars make cities less habitable.
The ability to travel by car is an important freedom for people to have.
No other form of transportation is as flexible as cars.
Many public transportation systems are currently inadequate.
Banning of private cars will hurt the local economy.
Banning cars in cities is unpopular.
Alternatives to bans could be implemented to mitigate the negative effects of cars.
The loss of tax revenue from car tax would be detrimental to the state, and society as a whole.
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