Stockholm wants to be a completely fossil fuel free city by the year 2040. That presents a major transportation and urban planning challenge, but the city is already well on its way. It's getting there through a series of carrots and sticks.
Maria Börjesson visits the Stockholm News and comments to a new report from TomTom, showing that Stockholm has the highest congestion levels in Scandinavia. Maria discusses the causes of this and what can be done to reduce it. She says that the new congestion charges on the Essinge bypass will solve some of the problem, but we can expect congestion also in the future.