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The crossings would accommodate streetcars, pedestrians and cyclists but not automobiles, the City of Helsinki says.
The pathway along a former railroad track allows users to navigate the city on foot or bicycle without encountering cars, Vox reports.
Helsinki is a creating a “point to point” public transport system that could obviate the need for car ownership within a decade, the Guardian Cities reports.