Owning a car is outdated ’20th-century thinking’ and we must move to ‘shared mobilit y’ to cut carbon emissions, says transport minister reading from the Klaus Schwab script

Owning a car is outdated ’20th-century thinking’ and we must move to ‘shared mobility’ to cut carbon emissions, says transport minister reading from the Klaus Schwab script
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Owning a car could become a fad of the past, a government minister claimed this week.

Junior transport minister Trudy Harrison, 45, told a sustainability conference owning a car was outdated ’20th-century thinking’ and the country should move to ‘shared mobility’ to cut carbon emissions.

Almost 80 per cent of households in the UK own a car according to figures by Statista for 2020.

That accounts for 63.5 million households owning at least one car out of a total 80.7 million.

Ms Harrison, who is also a former parliamentary private secretary to Boris Johnson, said the UK was ‘reaching a tipping point where shared mobility in the form of car clubs, scooters and bike shares will soon be a realistic option for many of us to get around.’

She told a virtual audience at shared transport charity CoMoUK what the country needed was a move away from ’20th-century thinking centred around private vehicle ownership and towards greater flexibility, with personal choice and low carbon shared transport’.

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Original Article: https://davidicke.com/2021/12/12/owning-a-car-is-outdated-20th-century-thinking-and-we-must-move-to-shared-mobility-to-cut-carbon-emissions-says-transport-minister-reading-from-the-klaus-schwab-script/

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