Rush hour in Berlin, Germany can be hectic. A 10-minute ride from Potsdamer Platz to Alexanderplatz can easily take up to 40 minutes on a Friday afternoon. From the wide boulevards and narrow cobblestone streets, the capital city is always busy, but that might soon change.
An initiative by Berlin's citizens is seeking to largely ban car traffic within the S-Bahn ring, or central zone, of the city. Under proposed draft laws, locals would be able to drive their own cars through the city just 12 times a year, with a permit system in operation to manage the flow.
Read more: https://newseu.cgtn.com/news/2021-03-25/Berlin-seeks-fewer-cars-for-the-city-s-future--YTUU3aH0hW/index.html
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