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Sustainable Transportation

Sustainable transportation involves systems and practices that reduce environmental impact, promote energy efficiency, and enhance mobility. This includes public transportation, electric and hybrid vehicles, cycling, walking, and car-sharing programs. Sustainable transportation aims to minimize greenhouse gas emissions, reduce air pollution, and decrease dependence on fossil fuels.

Implementing sustainable transportation requires investments in infrastructure, such as bike lanes, public transit networks, and charging stations for electric vehicles. It also involves policy measures like incentivizing the use of clean energy vehicles and implementing congestion pricing. By promoting sustainable transportation, cities and businesses can reduce their carbon footprint, improve air quality, and create healthier, more livable communities.