Zurich is developing Parking and Bicycle stations. This is, at least in the city, broad-based policy designed to have one day less cars, more space and better air in the city centre. Sounds logical. Nevertheless, it is now complaining about the paid-for and underground Bicycle stations are underused, while the upper courses are earthly Free chronically overcrowded.
he blamed the Velofahre. To stingy to your storage needs at least to shell out on a cost-neutral, too lazy to provide your vehicle in a garage, and from there back up to get there. With all due respect: So many Choosing not to have a bet, as you have agreed to the Parliament and the authorities aufgegleiste transport policy .
Less cars, more room for easily accessible Bicycle Parking spaces is created.
you bet the fact that the logic rises. Firstly, If the authorities make the commute as comfortable as possible and cheap, you will leave the car more often at home. A lacking car creates space for a half-dozen bicycles or E-Bikes. Less cars also means, secondly, that with time, more and more room for easily accessible Bicycle Parking spaces is created. And more parked bicycles bring a third more revenue in the city Treasury, which is still more bike Parking spaces cheaper to be offered.
Then all: cyclists win the end – per se, is anything other than lazy, on-the-go are allowed to stay at the Park a bit comfortable and when you Pay for something is a bit stingy. Less space for cars also means more room to load bikes. Also those bargain transport, which are no longer able to sell the store owner, allegedly at the car driver, because they find no Parking spaces, more could be.
that, then all the more satisfied than they are today. Like in Basel. There you paid for a Parking space a third less than in Zurich. The utilization is higher than in Zurich. If the traffic is not decreasing in the inner cities in the coming years, then, is not to the logic of transport policy, but to the healthy people, the car mind to doubt commuters.
Created: 02.12.2019, 21:31 PM