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Die Liste der autofreien Ortschaften verzeichnet Gegenden ohne motorisierten Individualverkehr (kurz MIV).

Die Farbcodierungen bedeuten:

Venedig Das meiste oder alles von der Stadt ist tatsächlich autofrei. Kinder können auf den meisten Straßen spielen.
Siena Große Teile sind fast autofrei; Fußgänger müssen gelegentlich auf Autos achten.
Parma Wert, genannt zu werden, aber die Sperrung ist begrenzt oder Fahrzeuge dringen zunehmend ein.

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Österreich[Quelltext bearbeiten]

Ort Ausdehnung Einwohner Charakter
Wien Autofreie Mustersiedlung Floridsdorf 250 Wohneinheiten Neues autofreies Wohnprojekt, von der Partei Die Grünen initiiert.
Wien zu großer Teilen autofrei um den Stephansdom  ? Altstadt
Feldkirch Altstadt  ?  ?
Salzburg Einige Straßenzüge in der Altstadt  ? Fußgängerzone links und rechts der Salzach

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Ort Ausdehnung Einwohner Beschreibung
Louvain-la-Neuve Fast das gesamte Stadtgebiet  ? Universitätsstadt; die Oberfläche ist autofrei; Straßen und Parkraum befinden sich unterhalb der Fußgängerzonen
Brügge
(Brügge)
 ?  ? Große autofreien Zone
Gent 35 ha, gesamte Innenstadt  ? Größte autofreie Zone des Landes; ÖPNV, Taxi und Besitzer von Genehmigungen dürfen hineinfahren (Höchstgeschwindigkeit 5 km/h)

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Ort Ausdehnung Einwohner Beschreibung
Strøget, Kopenhagen Grosse Autofreie Einkaufsstrasse in der Innenstadt  ? Altstadt, verkehrsreich, viel touristischer Verkehr
Freistadt Christiania, Kopenhagen Teil einer alten Militärsiedlung nur wenige Hundert Viele Strassen mit renovierten und neugebauten Gebäuden; autofrei

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Ort Ausdehnung Einwohner Beschreibung
Mont-Saint-Michel Insel (1 Hektar) ca. 60 Carfree fortress/abbey
Île de Porquerolles, nahe Toulon Entire island is car-lite and many areas carfree 5000 (Sommer) Urlaubsgebiet
Lyon Avenue de la Republique, Rue Victor Hugo und Seitenstraßen Metro area is about 1,7 Mio.; carfree area unknown 17.-18. Jhd.
Lyon Part of Vieux Lyon  ? Mittelalterliche Altstadt
Port-Grimaud (Var)  ?  ? Resort
Rue Mouffetard, Paris 0,5 km  ?  ?
Fußgängerbereich nahe St. Germain, Paris Länge ca. 1,5 km, runs from place Odeon to rue Monge  ?  ?
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris  ?  ? Modern large-scale development
Les Halles, Paris  ?  ? Redeveloped market area
Montorgueil, Paris  ?  ?  ?
Dijon Small carfree center  ? Old buildings on narrow streets
Straßburg Part of the old town  ? Medieval core
Chambéry Significant carfree area  ? Medieval quarter
Montpellier Many carfree streets 11.000 in the medieval quarter Center of medieval university town
La Rochelle Carfree area and anti-car policies 80.000 (komplettes Stadtgebiet)  ?
Tours (Indre-et-Loire) Several blocks of the medieval old town are restricted to pedestrians only  ? Old medieval center
Bordeaux 4 km Straße  ? Unknown; morning truck deliveries permitted; limited car access for residents

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Ort Ausdehnung Einwohner Beschreibung
Freiburg im Breisgau Large carfree center City 200.000; Carfree areas perhaps 10,000? Medieval university town; a very small amount of car traffic is permitted on some streets; trams provide access
Freiburg im Breisgau Vauban 5000 New carfree district converted from a military base
Köln-Nippes: Stellwerk 60 einige 100 Neubaugebiet auf ehem. Güterbahnhof; ein autofreier Hauptweg plus verbundene Stichwege, deutlich reduzierte Stellplatzzahl, vertragliche Autofreiheit der Bewohner. Kommerzielles Bauträgerprojekt.
Nürnberg 9 km of carfree streets  ?  ?
München 7 km of carfree streets  ? [1]
Stuttgart 6,9 km of carfree streets  ?  ?
Lindau Altstadt  ?  ?
Rothenburg ob der Tauber  ? 13.000  ?
Wittenberg (Gartenstadt Piesteritz)  ? 1200 Development ca. 1915; newly carfree (1994-1999)
Nürnberg-Langwasser  ? 3180 Neubaugebiet (1978-1987)
Hamburg (Stadthaus Schlump) Small 45 Wohneinheitem Carfree mixed-use conversion of an old hospital
Hamburg (Saarlandstraße)  ? 210 Wohneinheiten Neubaugebiet (2000)
Bremen (Grünenstraße) 0.8 ha) 23 Wohneinheiten Neubaugebiet
Tübingen (Französisches Viertel)  ?  ? Some parts of redevelopment carfree
Tübingen (ehem. Garnison)  ? 6000  ?
Münster (Geist) Gartensiedlung Weissenburg  ? 184 dwellings New development (2001)
Hahnenklee (Harz) Most of town 2500 Stadtteil von Goslar (Harz)

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(manche Einwohner dürfen KFZ betreiben)

Ort Ausdehnung Einwohner Beschreibung
Helgoland Entire island 1650 Nordseeinsel
Borkum Entire island 5500 Nordseeinsel
Spiekeroog Entire island 730 Nordseeinsel
Wangerooge Entire island 1180 Nordseeinsel
Juist Entire island 1790 Nordseeinsel
Hiddensee Entire island 1200 Ostseeinsel
Rerik (Wustrow-Halbinsel)  ? 69 Gebäude Largely undeveloped area on a Baltic Sea Peninsula; will probably become less carfree as it develops
Niederrathen kompletter Ort 500 Dorf im Landkreis Sächsische Schweiz
Moritzdorf (Sellin) komplette Ortschaft  ? Village on the island of Rügen
Lechbruck am See (Landkreis Ostallgäu) komplette Ortschaft  ? Dorf in Bayern
Hayingen Entire village 105 Gebäude Dorf in Schwaben
Halligen Hooge und Gröde komplette Ortschaft  ? Kleinstsiedlungen in Schleswig-Holstein

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Ort Ausdehnung Einwohner Beschreibung
Innenstadt Athen 400 km² (komplette Ortschaft) 3 Mio. (komplett) While designated carfree, the ban is apparently widely ignored
Hydra Island komplette Insel (50 km²) 3000 No motorized vehicles on the entire island
Spetses Stadtgebiet 4000 (komplette Insel) Carfree, possibly with some violations
Isola di San Giulio mit Orta San Giulio am Lago d'Orta im Piemont

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Ort Ausdehnung Einwohner Beschreibung
Venedig Komplette Stadt, außer Bahnhofsnähe ca. 70.000 Medieval city, today highly focused on tourism; transport on foot or by water
Siena Gesamte Stadt vermutlich 30.000 Nicht komplett autofrei, die meisten Straßen weisen jedoch geringen Verkehr auf
Cinque Terre
(fünf Ortschaften am Golf of Genua)
Most or all of each town Probably a few thousand each Some towns are carfree, others highly car-moderated
Florenz Einige Straßen nahe der Piazza San Lorenzo  ? Markt-Gebiet der Altstadt
Rom Mehrere Straßen westlich des Vatikans  ?  ?
Parma Kleines Gebiet im Stadtzentrum, 6-10 Straßen Unknown, probably a few thousand Probably some delivery trucks permitted during limited hours
Orta San Giulio  ?  ?  ?
Neapel Kleines Gebiet im Stadtzentrum  ? Shopping area in downtown
Mailand Kleines Gebiet bei der Kathedrale  ? Wide streets completely filled with pedestrians after work
Ferrara The medieval center has carfree streets and is over all "car-lite"  ? Heavy bike use
Perugia While the town suffers heavily from cars and traffic, some areas are so narrow that they are carfree  ? Medieval hill town
Assisi Much of the town is highly car-moderated  ? Visitors must park at the foot of the hill; some residents' cars are allowed in town
Spoleto Some parts of the upper old city are carfree  ? Pre-medieval hill town

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Ort Ausdehnung Einwohner Beschreibung
Giethoorn Entire town about 2500 Transport by canal boat
Amsterdam GWL project 600 unit carfree residential area About 1500 Modern architecture on the site of a disused waterworks; some car parking at the edge
Kalverstraat/Nieuwendijk, Amsterdam Long main shopping street with many narrow side streets Unknown; primarily commercial Shopping district; delivery vehicles allowed in AM
Delft Most of the old center  ? Mittelalterlicher Ortskern
Islands of Vlieland and Schiermonnikoog Entire islands About 1000 residents on each plus lots of tourists in season Only residents are allowed to bring cars onto the islands
Groningen Most of the old city center Estimated at 30.000 in the carfree area (the city is about 10 times larger) Medieval center is nearly carfree; mixed use area with university

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Ort Ausdehnung Einwohner Beschreibung
Óbidos Entire area of walled town Probably a few thousand Medieval walled hill town (now tourist area); only residents permitted to drive into the town, although cars are a nuisance
Baixo, Lisbon One long shopping street, with a few side streets  ? 18. Jhd.
Santarém Most of the streets in the oldest part of town  ? 3-story, old, mixed use area
Faro Some of the downtown area 50.000 (whole city) 6-8 old streets that form a small network in the center of town
Tavira Some of the old downtown 25.000 (komplett) Narrow, winding streets in the old part of town.
Évora Most of the old walled city 8500 (in the walled city) Some cars
Coimbra Many small streets  ? Old medieval quarter
Viseu A number of narrow streets in the town center  ? Largely intact medieval city; on Fridays, the entire old center is carfree

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Ort Ausdehnung Einwohner Beschreibung
Seville Santa Cruz district has many narrow, carfree streets  ? Medieval/Renaissance quarter
Madrider Altstadt (Puerta del Sol) sechs Blöcke  ? Busy central area
Segovia Large parts of the old, walled city  ? Medieval area
Santiago de Compostela Large central pedestrian zone  ?  ?
Ayamonte (Südwest) Downtown commercial district  ? Old medieval quarter with very narrow streets; river town on the flanks of a hill
La Rambla, Barcelona 1,6 km Fußgängerbereich  ? Wide, shaded walkway filled with pedestrians day and night
Barri Gòtic, Barcelona A number of carfree streets, others car-light Tens of thousands Medieval center
Algeciras Large network of carless shopping streets  ? Historic centre
Girona Rambla (promenade and shopping street) and network of narrow residential streets  ? Historic centre
Granada Albaicin neighborhood (limited car access on a few streets)  ? Historic Moorish quarter

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Ort Ausdehnung Einwohner Beschreibung
Gamla stan, Stockholm Most of the old heart (ca. 1 km²) 3000 Oldest part of the city; medieval area; low traffic in central parts of the Old Town during part of the day, AM deliveries allowed and taxis allowed 24 h; there is no supervision and no control so in reality the medieval city is not essentially carfree.
Drottninggatan, Stockholm Ein Straßenzug und zwei Blöcke  ? Major pedestrian street connecting the squares Sergels torg and Hötorget
Malmö Large pedestrian precint  ? Center-city area; further expansion planned
Växjö, Sweden Entire city center  ? Carfree district in fossil-fuel reduced city
Southern Göteborg Archipelago Archipelago including Vrångö, Brännö, Styrsö, and Vargö 5000 permanent, another 6000 summer Just off the coast of Sweden's second largest city

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City Ausdehnung Einwohner Character
Zermatt Entire town Probably 20.000 Carfree Alpine resort with prototype "Utility Area" at the entrance; slow electric taxis and freight vehicles used, although these are sometimes driven at higher speeds
Bettmeralp Entire town  ? alpines Urlaubsgebiet
Braunwald Entire town  ? alpines Urlaubsgebiet
Riederalp Entire town  ? alpines Urlaubsgebiet
Rigi Entire town  ? alpines Urlaubsgebiet
Saas-Fee Entire town  ? alpines Urlaubsgebiet
Stoos Entire town  ? alpines Urlaubsgebiet
Wengen Entire town  ? alpines Urlaubsgebiet
Zürich Large parts of the old town  ? Carfree medieval urban core
Lausanne Large parts of the old town  ? The lower mediaval part of the old town is carfree. Cars are allowed but uncommon in the upper ancient part. Taxis are allowed.
Geneva 10 streets 10.000 Carfree areas in the heart
Basel Parts of the medieval town are carfree  ? The city is heavily dependent on an excellent tram system and most of the center city is highly car-moderated if not carfree
St. Gallen Old center  ? Carfree
Neuchâtel Old center  ? Carfree
Appenzell Old center  ? Carfree
Gstaad Stadtkern  ? Carfree
Rapperswil Medieval center  ? Carfree center
Brig Perhaps 10 blocks in downtown  ? Old part of the city, mixed use
Winterthur Historic center  ?  ?
Lugano Most of the old quarter  ?  ?
Mürren Entire town  ? Alpine resort; some utility traffic
Bern - Halen 79 Apartments  ? Terraced neighborhood; built 1961; parking at edge
Boll-Sinneringen - Wohnanlage Schloßpark 73 apartments  ? Built 1996; parking at edge?

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City Ausdehnung Einwohner Character
Island of Sark (Channel Islands) Whole island 560 Entirely carfree (only motorised vehicles are tractors)
Carnaby Street, Soho, London Carnaby Street and environs  ? Carfree shopping area
Leicester Square to Piccadilly Circus, London Principally Coventry Street  ? Carfree entertainment area
London, Barbican 15,4 ha 8000 Post-war carfree housing development. Roads & parking are underground
Cambridge Center city and university campus Several thousand University town with heavy tourism; cars banned most of the day from centre
Salisbury Center city and cathdral close  ? Large section of downtown is carfree, including the cathdral close
Edinburgh Slateford Green carfree development  ?  ?
Bath City center  ? While the center is carfree, traffic problems outside it are serious
York Several vibrant alley ways in the center, including The Shambles  ? Streets too narrow for cars
Leeds, Yorkshire Large part of the city center  ? Pedestrian precinct
Lincoln Several cobbled streets around the Cathedral  ? Carfree area near the center
Isles of Scilly Group of islands off Land's End Combined population of 2000 Island of Tresco is carfree

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City Ausdehnung Einwohner Character
Prague, Tschechische Republik Large carfree area starting at Old Town Square and extending across the river  ? Medieval quarter
Tábor, Tschechische Republik "Modest network of carfree streets"  ? Old town
Krakau, Polen Large carfree area around the Old Town Square encircled by a park known as Planty  ? Old town
Dubrovnik, Kroatien The old walled city  ? Nearly carfree
Rovinj, Kroatien The old town is reported to be largely or entirely carfree  ? Undoubtedly medieval
Arbat Street, Moskau Small district  ? Old area just outside the historic center.
Helsinki 56 hectares  ? Old city center
Vilnius, Lithuania Large carfree area reported  ? One of the largest surviving medieval quarters in Europe
Riga, Latvia "Modest network of carfree streets"  ? Old town
Tallinn, Estonia "Modest network of carfree streets"  ? Old town
Buyukada Island, Istanbul, Turkey One of the nine Marmara See islands, resort area 1500(?) Almost enitrely carfree
Kotor, Montenegro The old town is carfree. 23.481 The old Mediterranean port of Kotor, surrounded by an impressive city wall, is very well preserved and protected by UNESCO.

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City Ausdehnung Einwohner Character
Whistler, British Columbia  ? 9000~25.000 Has a small carfree center
Calgary, Alberta 7 & 8th Avenue Malls / Stampede Grounds 1,043,276 (Entire City) 7th Ave. is a transit mall; 8th Ave. is a pedestrian mall for several blocks that offers everything possible including coffee, food, drinks and culture. Calgary also has the "Plus-15" second-story system that connects many buildings in downtown. It totals more than 16 km. of passages. Every june the area around the Pengrowth Saddledome becomes carfree when the stampede takes place.
Montreal, Québec 30 kilometer of underground passages Non-residential Carfree network of underground passages and shopping centers; rollerbladers and cyclists not permitted. The passages link some 60 large commercial, administrative, and apartment buildings in downtown.
"P.A.T.H." Toronto, Ontario Kilometers of underground passages Non-residential Carfree network of underground passages and shopping centers
Toronto Islands Several carfree islands just off downtown 300 Urban park and ecological community
Distillery District, Toronto, Ontario Wide array of pedestrian-only walkways  ? Historic industrial district; art galleries, shops, cafes, residences, various festivals.
Outer Harbour East Headland (Leslie Street Spit), Toronto 5 km-long man-made peninsula 0 Wilderness area
Sparks Street, Ottawa, Ontario 6 Blöcke Non-residential Shopping street 1 block south of Canadian Parliament Building
Mont-Tremblant, Québec  ?  ? Ski resort built as a carfree European-style village
Quebec City, Québec A few streets in the oldest part of the town 300.000 (entire city) Historic part of town has 3 or 4 carfree streets
Dodge Cove, Digby Island , British Columbia An delightful island village near Prince Rupert 100 Artisan and Commuter Community

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Ort Ausdehnung Einwohner Beschreibung
Guadalajara, Jalisco Zona Peatonal, Downtown 3.000.000 15 streets dedicated to pedestrians. Sorrounded by civic, touristic and comercial areas

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Madison, San Francisco, and Las Vegas were all reported to have single carfree streets, which is not sufficient to merit inclusion under the current standard.

Ort Ausdehnung Einwohner Beschreibung
Mackinac Island, Lake Huron Entire island 600 permanent residents Resort island; horse-and-buggy transport
Fire Island (New York)  ?  ? Most or all of the island is accessibly only by boat; wagons used for transport
Roosevelt Island, East River, New York City Most or all of island 9,500 Some car access does exist, with large parking garages; very few local services
Ithaca Ithaca Commons (pedestrian mall) 30.000 (entire city of Ithaca) Downtown carfree area of 1 street, 2 blocks long
Main Street Mall, Buffalo (New York) Downtown light-rail mall  ? Theater district pedestrian/LRV mall
Russell Island in the St. Clair River, Michigan  ?  ? Carfree resort community accessible only by boat; only golf carts are allowed on the island
Minneapolis skyway 8 km of enclosed overhead passageways 1.500 residences, 4.000 hotel rooms, 200 million square feet (19 km²) of office space, and 230.000 m² of retail space Commercial/retail heart of the city
Minneapolis Nicollet Mall Central E/W downtown street; access to motor-vehicles limited to Metro Transit busses  ? Wide streetlevel sidewalks give access to popular retail and dining establishments as well as many of downtown Minneapolis's office towers
Catalina Island, Kalifornien Most of island  ? Carfree except for gasoline-powered golf carts in the town of Avalon
'K' Street Mall, Sacramento 12 Blöcke (1600 m) of 'K' Street, including an outdoor shopping mall and pedestrian freeway underpass to the old city historic district.  ? Carfree shopping, entertainment, business and mixed-use residential district
Third Street Promenade, Santa Monica, California 800 m of 3rd Street  ? Carfree shopping district, with further expansion planned
Isla Vista 4-6 square block area (reportedly) 18.344 Angrenzender Campus
Columbia, California  ?  ? Small carfree district at the center
RiverPlace, Portland (Oregon) Pedestrian promenade about 1/2 mile (800 m) long (the only large carfree area); pedestrian alleys connect other buildings to the promenade; the site is 73 acres (29.5 ha) About 1,200 Mixed-use development along the riverfront including apartments, retail, restaurants, a small market, and a waterfront pedestrian promenade
Portland Center, Portland (Oregon) Two pedestrian streets run parallel through the development, which includes two parks (carfree streets total about 1,6 km) About 1200 Mixed-use development with apartments, retail, and offices
Boston, Massachusetts Downtown Crossing, several carfree streets  ? Heart of the commercial district in old downtown Boston
Cambridge (Massachusetts) Route 2 along the Charles River on Sundays  ? Route runs through Harvard University
Tangier Island, Virginia Entire island 800 Carfree fishing & tourism community
Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia 5 blocks plus side streets (from 9 AM to 5 PM) About 100 families of people who work there Restored Colonial-era village
Bald Head Island, North Carolina Whole island 150 families Exclusive, golf-cart-based community
Harbour Town, Hilton Head, South Carolina Artificial harbor with promenade and shops Few hundred Carfree resort community from the 1960s and 70s
Shelter Cove Harbor, Hilton Head, South Carolina Artificial harbor with promenade and shops, larger than Harbour Town Several hundred Carfree resort community 1980s
Peachtree Center, Downtown Atlanta, Georgia 13 block area connected via network of enclosed pedestrian sky bridges. Rapid transit station provides direct access to entire city and international airport (Premier mixed-use development at heart of the central business district) 4000 room conference atrium hotels, office complex, dozens of shops and restaurants, observation deck, athletic facility and art museum
East Lake Commons, Metro Atlanta, Georgia 67 Wohneinheiten planned Probably 200 Parking will be located on the perimeter of the village. Access within the village core will be by walking, carts, and bicycles
Main Street Mall, Memphis, Tennessee 1.200 m 5000 Carfree mixed-use district in the heart of the city
Lincoln Road Mall, Miami 800 m (7 Blöcke)  ? Shopping, socializing, dining al fresco in the heart of the Art Deco district
San Antonio, Texas Riverwalk  ? Carfree tourist area; lacks basic services
New Orleans Several blocks between the French Quarter and the river 0 Carfree mixed use area served by a streetcar line
Arcosanti in Arizona New town built by Paolo Soleri 100? Carfree arcology
Boulder, Colorado Pedestrian mall  ? At the city center; there is some debate as to whether this really is a carfree area or not. The Pearl Street Mall is absolutely car-free, and extends through several blocks of the center of the city.
Fort Collins, Colorado 2,8 ha, 4 streets City population 115,000 Old Town, commercial district, no traffic except for maintenance crews; area includes 60 apartments for the elderly
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado 4 long streets 25,000 students Carfree area of university campus, to be expanded
Denver, Colorado 16th Street Mall, 1,6 km  ? Transit mall with pedestrian-only extensions
Charlottesville, Virginia 1 street  ? 120 shops, 30 restaurants in historic brick paved downtown area, free trolley to

University of Virginia campus

Haig Point, Daufuskie Island, South Carolina Private residential golf development on an island adjacent to Hilton Head Island, SC. Golfmobile erlaubt. Several hundred Carfree resort development of the 1980s, only accessible by ferry. Other areas of the island have limited cars.
Riverside (Kalifornien) Pedestrian mall  ? The Main Street Einkaufspassage is absolutely car-free, and extends through several blocks of the center of the city. Notables include historic Mission Inn and the Riverside Photography Museum.

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Ort Ausdehnung Einwohner Beschreibung
Curitiba, Brasilien Only a limited carfree area in downtown 2,7 Mio. (2000 census) Primarily interesting because of its unique bus system, running on dedicated streets and providing excellent, low-cost service
Ilha do Mel, Paraná, Brasilien Small Island offshore of Paranaguá The Island has two small fishing villages The entire Island is carfree, and even cattle free. All goods and materials are carted around by big wheel barrows. Economy is traditionally fishing but Ecotourism is now a big part of economy. 95% of Island is now an ecological reserve. Villages are connected by 2 meter wide sandy walking paths
Paquetá Island, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Entire island About 7000 Carfree island in Guanabara Bay, an hour by water from downtown Rio
Bogotá, Kolumbien The Ciclovía, 110 kilometers of roads throughout the city 6.5 million The Ciclovía roads are closed to traffic Sundays and holidays for 7 hours, from 0700 to 1400, when more than 1.5 million people practice various sports, visit the recreational facilities, or go to cycle-mass. The city also plans to become largely carfree during rush hour by the year 2015.
Buenos Aires, Argentinien Florida & LaValle Streets Two crossing streets downtown Zwei belegte Einkaufs- und Geschäftsviertel, a short walk from the obelisk. Florida is two or three kilometers long, LaValle somewhat shorter. People throng there, and business owners have recently (2002) been moving there from other parts of the city to take advantage of the crowds. The two streets are entirely carfree, but crossing streets are not. Access by bus und metro available.
Santiago, Chile Ahumada, Huerfanos & Estado Streets Three interconnected streets downtown Shopping/office streets around the city's main square, Plaza de Armas.

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