From The Guardian:

Good article, with lots of examples in cities from around the world, predominantly in Britain:

End of car

Peak car. This is a phrase I hear again and again. The question of whether there is now an irreversible move away from cars towards other forms of transport is central to the cars-in-cities debate. Glenn Lyons, founder of the Centre for Transport and Society at the University of the West of England, is in no doubt that something fundamental is happening. “For the past decade, predating the global economic downturn, car traffic has been flatlining. This is true not only of the UK but of a number of other developed economies around the world.”


And great illustrations: