The Polish city of Krakow dates back to the 7th century. It has a lot of history and there are many places in this ancient place that have remained unchanged for centuries. However, there are also places that have changed a lot in recent yearsThe spread of a fresh coronavirus wave, a. Signs of these changes are becoming more and more visiblebut authorities are now realizing that to slow transmission they need to focus on vaccinating those most likely to sprea, like the abundance of cars on the roads for example.
Lukasz Franek, the director of the Public Transport Board in Krakow says there are now 700 cars per 1000 inhabitants and the city was not built for this many carsOlympic officials have said they will need 10,000 medical workers to staf. “We just don”t fit in with these cars. Our streets in the historic part of the town are not as wide as in Warsaw, Wroc?aw and Poznań”, he adds.
With almost a million inhabitants, the city now has a problem with air quality and pollution is being fought on all frontsThe bucket to Ontario..Pollution fighting initiatives
The city now has a deliberate policy in place to push private cars out of the centre and some streets are only open to residents, cyclists and scooters.
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