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ÁFRAM VEGINN – Ráðstefna um framtíð samgangna á landi

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As Iceland is a relatively large island with little population, seamless transportation and robust infrastructure is essential for the economy. In Iceland, there are no trains at all, and share of public transport less than in comparable countries in Europe. On the other hand number of private cars per capita is among the highest in the world.

Now policymakers want to put more emphasis on public transport in the future.