SWEDISH MINISTER WANTS FEWER CARS SINCE THEY’RE ‘MOSTLY DRIVEN BY MEN’

SWEDISH MINISTER WANTS FEWER CARS SINCE THEY’RE ‘MOSTLY DRIVEN BY MEN’

​Daily Caller 

“By giving the car so much space, we give space to men at the expense of women”

Swedish Environment Minister Karolina Skog wants to reduce the number of cars in the country, arguing they contribute to gender inequality.

The center-left government will propose new guidelines for urban development this summer. Skog suggests cities should give less space to cars, and not just because of their impact on the environment.

“The car is flexible and it’s nice to sit in your own bubble, but the downside is space inefficiency,” Skog said in an interview with Goteborgs-Posten published Wednesday. “A normal Swedish car is parked 97 percent of its lifespan, and for every car there are eight parking spaces and [large parts] of driving lanes. You can’t suggest that’s efficient.”

Since most drivers in Sweden are men, the current city planning “give space to men at the expense of women,” according to Skog.

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