GCSE GEOGRAPHY CCEA FRIEBURG, GERMANY CASE STUDY

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GCSE GEOGRAPHY CCEA FRIEBURG, GERMANY CASE STUDY
  1. The city - 200,000 people, Southern Germany,Historic City centre within old walls
    1. Impacts
      1. 4,000 fewer cars each day than in 1970
        1. 70% of local trips made on the tram
          1. Public Transport use, doubled since 1980
            1. All this reduces congestion, fuel use and pollution ensuring that Freiburg's transport system is becoming more sustrainable
          2. People Travelling in the wider region are still affected by policies that encourage car use.
            1. Even with all these policies people still use cars in freiburg.
        2. Solutions
          1. Pedestrianised city centre
            1. Improved Public Transport,
              1. Very cheap fares - on nonpolluting trams.
                1. Park and Ride facilities on edge of city for commuters.
                  1. 200 miles of city paths, cycle storage at tram stops so people can bike and ride
                    1. No free car parking in city centre
                      1. City is compact, 70% of people live near a tram stop
            2. Problems - Poplulation growth leading to increased traffic congestion in narrow city centre streets
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