This category is for web sites that explore or study being free from use of personal automobiles; that propose or suggest remedies to automobile use or over use.
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- Transportation Alternatives Working for better bicycling, walking and public transit, and fewer cars. Looking for safer, calmer neighborhood streets and car-free parks.
- A Carfree Neighborhood in Cambridge: North Point Detailed proposal for a Boston neighborhood without cars. Position papers, map of the proposed area, resources and articles, and links to other car-free areas provided.
- Carfree.com Companion site to the book Carfree Cities, Describes various solutions for transportation and urban planning in cities without automobiles, discussion forum and related links also provided. Also available in Greek, German, French, Italian, Russian, Dutch, Spanish, and Polish.
- Westside Transportation Alliance Non-profit organization providing information on commute and transportation alternatives in the Portland, Oregon metro area.
- Autofreelife.info Portal advocating car-free and car-light lifestyles. Letters and commentary, car cost calculator, hikes and event information, and related links provided.
- CarFree An e-mail discussion list which explores issues related to eliminating or reducing one's reliance on automotive transport.
- Carbusters.org Directory of resources for the grassroots global carfree movement, including organization contact directory, magazine, conference information, discussion forum, publications, and links. A project of World Carfree Network.
- Paul Dorn's Bike Commuting Tips Information on bike commuting by a San Francisco cyclist and activist. Includes views, reviews, and How-To articles.
- Dinosaurs Against Fossil Fuels Colourful community group who dresses up as dinosaurs and rides bicycles around Vancouver, B.C. to draw attention to the environmental problems with cars.
- Coalition for Appropriate Transportation An educational charity working to improve mobility for everyone. Curbing use of the automobile fights suburban sprawl, obesity and increasingly high medical costs.