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  • Solar Stations

    I think that we should have "Solar Stations", just like we have gas stations.

    Written by Malissa Luna on 11 Jul 2011, at 16:55 (0 Comments) read proposal
  • Cities without cars

    A city where everyone had to park there cars outside and take sustainable transport would be so great to live in!

    Written by Miele on 02 Feb 2011, at 20:55 (0 Comments) read proposal
  • Take planes out the sky for one day a month

    In regards to the recent travel problems caused by the volcano, why don't we voluntarily take planes out the sky for one day a month?

    Written by Josh Newton on 04 May 2010, at 10:17 (1 Comment) read proposal
  • Train Fares in Europe

    EasyJet/Ryanair 1
    Train Companies 0

    Written by James Arnold-Baker on 24 Nov 2009, at 14:33 (0 Comments) read proposal
  • Cycle Freeway

    Many discussions of transport in large cities like London, focus on how to invest enough in public transport to attract drivers to leave their car at home. However it is very hard for public transport to compete with the speed and door to door convenience that a personal vehicle provides.

    Written by Don on 15 Sep 2009, at 20:59 (4 Comments) read proposal
  • Best Age to Start Driving

    My proposal is to raise the driving age from 17 in the UK and 16 in the US (in many states) to 20 or 21.

    In the UK the driving age is due to rise to 18. since only 1 in 8 drivers are under 25, but they account for a third of all road deaths. This change is of course welcome and needed.

    Written by Karl Jaeger on 24 Feb 2009, at 14:53 (0 Comments) read proposal
  • Car Free Towns

    To design and build new car-free towns and communities

    Written by Karl Jaeger on 24 Feb 2009, at 14:51 (0 Comments) read proposal
  • Transport Positive Actions

    Join in our campaign to promote sustainable transport

    Written by Karl Jaeger on 23 Feb 2009, at 14:38 (0 Comments) read proposal
  • Are We There Yet?

    Part of shaping a future planet involves thinking about how we move around it.
    There are about 540 million cars on the world's roads. If countries like India and China take up the Western world's driving habits this will rise to more like 3 billion.
    Despite jams, lack of parking, expensive fuel, high car costs and pollution, advertisers sell us the dream of fast cars swishing along empty roads through unspoilt countryside, and we still buy it.

    Written by Karl Jaeger on 23 Feb 2009, at 12:37 (0 Comments) read proposal