Cars v Public Transport

Environmentalists advocate the use of public transport instead of cars as this will reduce carbon emissions and help combat climate change.

Achieving this is not only about changing people’s attitudes but will involve a significant shift in government strategy and investment to make public transport as convenient as cars.

This is an issue for urban and rural locations outside London, which has a relatively high usage of public transport and arguably offers an excellent network buses, tubes and trains that make it very convenient for the public.

Arguably, efforts to reduce car use in London have been helped by the introduction of the congestion charge and both the Low Emission and Ultra Low Emission Zones (LEZ). Indeed, other cities, such as Bristol, are said to be considering similar restrictions.

It is certainly the case that New Car Registrations have been falling drastically in the last two years.

According to figures published by Autoexpress, the UK’s new-car market...

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