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Ashrafieh's car-free craze picks up speedIn cities with good public transportation, some people live their entire lives "car free". Cities around the globe designate certain areas pedestrian only each year on Sept. 22, World Car Free Day, which aims to promote mass transit, cycling or walking as alternatives to driving.Beirut had its first taste of street fiesta fun in early September 2012, when non-governmental organization Achrafieh 2020 organized a car-free day spanning most of the east Beirut neighborhood. Achrafieh 2020's next car-free day is scheduled for Sunday in Abdel Wahab and Sodeco. Organizing the events in one small area at a time has a number of advantages, Kokoni explains.
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