Imagining Bangkok as a city with no cars on the roads may sound like a crazy dream, but many organisations will try to make this happen on Sunday (Sep 22) during Bangkok Car Free Day 2013. The day aims to encourage people to leave their cars at home and use public transport or ride bicycles to get around town while reducing air pollution and traffic congestion.
Doing our part to help reduce traffic in the city (because we've run out of patience and swear words to express our frustration), we want to help you see there is potential to live in Bangkok without a car. Take our quiz to test how savvy you are about public transport and find out how to get involved in this year's Bangkok Car Free Day.
No, the day doesn't mean everyone gets a free car. Here are the two main things you should know about Bangkok Car Free Day:
From 8am, at Sanam Luang, about 20,000 bicyclists are expected to show up and bike to CentralWorld where exhibitions, activities, booths and more will take place from 10am-10pm.
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