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De plus en plus de Canadiens envisagent de ne pas utiliser de voiture. Quel sera l’impact économique ?
The fact is that in jammed urban cores with highrise population densities, it's simply impossible for everyone to travel in a car, whether you own it yourself or rent your ride — something that Marco D'Angelo, CEO of the Canadian Urban Transit Association, realized before getting rid of his own car about six months ago.
"Someone's not going to use a ride-sharing program 100% of the time," he said. "But once they've moved away from having a privately owned vehicle that's parked 96% of the year, all of sudden, all of the options are on the table."