Tuesday, 28 February 2017

These Big Cities Around the World are Planning to Ban Cars

These Big Cities Around the 
World are Planning to Ban Cars

The cleaning of the environment has become time. With the growing problem of pollution around the world, it is extremely difficult to control rising problems that are emerging from it. Accordingly, some of the major cities around the world have decided to ban cars in the near future.

Here is the video that lists the countries and the initiatives they want to take in this regard:

Oslo plans on ending the usage of cars by 2019.
Paris still witnesses car-free Sundays along with a ban on older cars on weekdays.
London plans to ban diesel cars by 2020.
By 2020, 20 of the busiest roads of Spain’s capital will be car-free.
The city aims to cover 40 per cent of its area with green-car network.
The city is developing a wide 500km bicycle network to end the use of cars.
2 million cars are being laid off from roads every day.
All diesel cars will be banned by 2025.
Brussels is also aiming towards car-free Sundays.
New York is working to convert all of its main streets in pedestrian walkways.

Zong Finally Signs with LUMS Contract for Provision of Dedicated Internet Services

Zong Finally Signs with LUMS  Contract for Provision of Dedicated Internet Services

Zong has partnered with one of the leading international standards of Pakistan LUMS to promote the provision of VDI solutions along with dedicated Internet services.

A contract signing ceremony was held between the management of LUMS and Zong. Previously, Zong has also set up a mini-service center at LUMS to provide all its campus users with the opportunity. The telecommunications giant has also installed its 4G research lab at the university.

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is basically a virtualization technology that consists of the desktop operating system on a central server in a data center.

Zong is Pakistan's leading telecom service provider with more than 2.8 million subscribers in over 300 cities across the country. It has also announced the intention to invest more than $ 200 million in Pakistan to expand its network.