Writer David Dudley spends time in Venice … a foreign world without cars.
Let’s see … Ottawa has one canal. That’s a start. But harder would be to get cars out of the core.
This from Atlantic’s CityLab:
I recently spent time in Venice, Italy, which was like entering some alternative timeline where this war never happened. Venice’s Centro Storico is Europe’s largest car-free space, a medieval city that somehow managed to make it into the 21st century nearly untouched by internal combustion. And, lemme tell you, it’s weird.
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