Which 10 countries have implemented successful initiatives to promote sustainable and energy-efficient transportation infrastructure?

1. Denmark: The country has implemented strategies to increase the use of bicycles, electric cars, and public transport, as well as promoting car-sharing and carpooling.

2. Sweden: With the goal of achieving fossil-fuel independence by 2030, Sweden has implemented a tax on fossil fuels and offered incentives for electric and hybrid vehicles.

3. Norway: The country has introduced a range of incentives such as reduced taxes, tolls, and parking fees for electric vehicles, leading to Norway having the highest per capita ownership of EVs in the world.

4. Netherlands: With a strong cycling culture, the Netherlands has invested in cycling infrastructure such as bike lanes, cycle parks, and bike-sharing schemes.

5. Germany: The country has emphasized the use of public transport, encouraging the use of buses, trams, and trains, as well as introducing incentives for electric cars and the development of charging infrastructure.

6. Switzerland: The country has implemented measures such as promoting car-sharing, investing in electric buses, and imposing tolls on heavy vehicles to reduce congestion and pollution.

7. China: The country is the world’s largest electric vehicle market and has invested heavily in building charging infrastructure and promoting the use of electric vehicles.

8. United Kingdom: The country has implemented a range of policies such as subsidies for electric vehicles, investments in charging points, and a commitment to reducing emissions from public transport.

9. Canada: The country has implemented various initiatives to promote sustainable transportation, such as offering incentives for electric vehicles, investing in public transport, and promoting walking and cycling.

10. United States: Some cities in the United States have implemented initiatives such as car-free zones, bike-sharing schemes, and investments in public transport, as well as offering incentives for electric vehicles.

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