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More to go collectively – but not everywhere – News

The impact of the transport sector on the climate will be reduced by 70% by 2030 compared to 2010. It is slow because, according to Greenlandists, it has so far only reached 17 percent.

I think that collective travel is key, transport ranges from car transport to public transport, walking and cycling. But it lags, says Per Östborn, TT's project manager at Green Motorists.

According to the local indicators of the association in 2030 compared to trends in volume and supply of transport throughout the country, collective travel most increases in Dalarna and Stockholm. Public transport has a occupancy rate of 36% and 32%.

The trend also shows in Kalmar, Skåne, Uppland, Västerbotten, Västmanland and Västra Götaland, as regional transport has increased supply while passengers have become more.

Full buses and trains

On the other hand, the situation in Blekinge and Jönköping County points out that green motorists are "somewhat disturbing". Traveling is growing at the same time, despite the fact that regional transport has not increased supply, which in the long run is likely to affect travelers, says Per Östborn.

If people want to go collectively and the offer is not increased, the vehicles are getting more and more fulfilled, then it will be a bad travel experience. It's the same risk as in Stockholm, it seems to be more crowded on the metro, trains and buses. Transport did not increase as much as travel.

At Gotland, the occupancy of buses on the island is only 10 percent – which means that nine out of ten buses in the buses are empty, according to Gröna Bilister.

I do not know exactly what they are doing wrong, but it can be a sparsely populated problem. In the inland of Norrland and Gotland can have more impact on the climate with empty buses.

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