Norwegian Town Pays People Who Bike or Walk

Norwegian Town Pays People Who Bike or Walk

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Tara Bellucci
Oct 20, 2014
(Image credit: via Co.Exist)

A few weeks ago in Lillestrøm, Norway, cyclists and pedestrians were stopped and handed cash. The town was experimenting with a reverse toll, rewarding those on foot or two wheels for not driving. Everyone got a 100 kroner bill, about $15. The city saves $4 to $8 in transportation costs for every kilometer biked or walked.

A Norwegian Town Paid People A "Reverse Toll" If They Walked Or Biked | Co.Exist

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