Stockholm, Sweden Congestion tax and public transit decrease traffic volume, 2012



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With an expected population rise of 200,000 inhabitants between 2000 and 2030, Stockholm is committed to creating a sustainable community and reducing CO2 emissions to zero by 2050. Reducing traffic and replacing fossil fuel-run public transport vehicles with ones that run on renewable energy shall help to reach this goal. Furthermore, following the introduction of a city congestion tax, the city has decreased the trips to the inner city by 15-20% which also contributed to the CO2 reduction goal.


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