Milan leads among all European cities in the percentage of residents using public transport. According to UMII, 57% of its residents use metro, buses, trams and city railways!
Budapest (48%) and Warsaw (47%)take the second and the third place.
Such high levels mean that these cities ensure convenience, optimal price, unmatched connectivity and quality.The leaders provide the most ecological and sustainable policy, their bestpractices in the sphere of PT can be used all over the world.
Barcelona (17%) and Hamburg (21%)demonstrate the lowest PT usage in Europe. Copenhagenshows even lower public transport usage (16%), while almost half of itsresidents (47%) use bicycles – an absolute world record.
In American Los Angeles only (5%)use public transport, and (89%) prefer to stand in traffic jams in their personal car.
Hong Kong (7.4 mln population) reached opposite extreme - the city established expensive parking and paid entrance, so 88% of its residents use only public transport - metro, buses, funiculars, ferries.
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