First European “Pilot Car Free Day” was held

Wednesday 22nd September 1999

First European “Pilot Car Free Day” was held. 66 French towns participated in “En ville, sans ma voiture ?”, while in parallel 92 Italian towns organised the first Italian National Car Free Day, “In città senza la mia auto”. The Canton of Geneva also participated in what later was later called the first European “Pilot Day”, where all the participating cities designated Car Free areas in their centres.

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