July 1, 2015


World

'Peak Car' is upon us

Several analysts believe auto sales growth has reached its limit as an increasingly urban world rejects hassles, expenses of car ownership

Pollution and gridlock are putting a damper on driving in the globe's growing megacities. More young North Americans are opting for public transport, bikes and vehicle-sharing.

ALEXANDER F. YUAN / ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE

Pollution and gridlock are putting a damper on driving in the globe's growing megacities. More young North Americans are opting for public transport, bikes and vehicle-sharing.

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