Doesn't that look nice? See any cars?
Can you see how this is an environment where you don't need a car?
To get from one town to another, you can take a train or bus.
So you see, Life Without Cars is rather easy to achieve. And so
See how the street is only about fifteen feet wide?
Typical Tokyo residential area. Look how quiet and pleasant it is.
When you get rid of the automobile traffic, the city becomes very
Kanda district, Tokyo.
Kita-Senju district, Tokyo.
More from Tallin, Estonia. People, not cars.
London. Giant city, but a beautiful street for people, not cars.
Nishi-Ikebukuro district, Tokyo. Quiet corner with some small
houses. This is in the central city.
Palais de Monaco.
Sometimes, the streets get really, really narrow. Perugia, Italy.
Pienza, Italy. Life Without Cars.
Saida, Lebanon. This fellow seems to be running a small restaurant
or bakery. More fun than Applebee's. Trust me on that.
No cars here either. And no bikes. You don't need bikes.
This is actually a shopping center in Toronto. But, we can see
that the basic format is the same. You can use these patterns to
make a shopping center if you like. The results, as you can see,
are very appealing.
Yurakucho district, Tokyo. This is the center of the city. The
bridge overhead carries a train line. You can see the entrance to
the train station on the right. Another beautiful place to walk.