Over the last five years World Streets has published close to 100 articles looking at carsharing status and prospects in around 20 different countries on all continents. We are now undertaking to update this series, starting with an excellent contribution just in on how carsharing is developing (and developing fast) in the Netherlands which you can see today at http://worldstreets.org.
From 21 Sept. to 8 Oct. in Penang, a three-week long civil society program consisting of more than thirty site visits, collaborative dialogues, symposia, master classes, workshops and supporting public events, with the goal of creating a stronger base of local support in favor of a more sustainable transport system to better serve the people of George Town and Penang . Hosted by Think City and numerous local partners, in cooperation with EcoPlan International.
In this case, the elected officials and all senior administrative personnel undertake to travel to work one day a week by some means of transportation other than a private car. This constraint will be either something decided by a farsighted political leader, or otherwise the result of strong electoral pressure from a number of public interest groups who get together to ensure that this will be part of the electoral victory package. It could work like this.