Report Finds Carsharing Services Could Reduce Traffic in Romania by 25 Percent

The streets of Bucharest, Romania. Photo via HPGruesen/Good Free Photos
The streets of Bucharest, Romania. Photo via HPGruesen/Good Free Photos

A recent study by Perceptum revealed that carsharing services could reduce traffic in Bucharest and other large cities in Romania by 25%, Business Review reported.

The survey also found that allowing carsharing services to operate in Romania would reduce the need for parking spaces, cut maintenance costs by up to 40%, and decrease carbon dioxide emissions by 290 kilograms per carshare user.

Perceptum’s report is based on information collected from 30 carsharing platforms throughout Europe.

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