Amsterdam: City Without Cars
Amsterdam: City Without Cars A number of measures will be taken to make the Dutch capital Amsterdam a “city without cars” that provides more space for cyclists and pedestrians. In order to reduce vehicle traffic in the city, the entrance to the city center will be limited. In Amsterdam, from 2021 onwards, children up to 12 years of age will be provided with free public transport.
Within the framework of plans to prevent air pollution caused by vehicle fuels by 2030, the Municipality of Amsterdam has prepared a series of new regulations for more living space and a cleaner environment.
With the changes made in the city’s traffic regulations, new measures were taken to reduce vehicle access to the city center. In line with the “city without a vehicle”, public transport and bicycle transportation will be encouraged.
Free or cheaper transfer will be provided in public transportation.Pedestrian and bicycle-friendly designs will be implemented in the city. As in the train stations, metro stations will be established bicycle rental points.