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It sounds like the setting of a science fiction film: car-free city centres, vegetable and fruit gardens on the roofs of residential buildings, streets criss-crossed by green spaces. But if Paris' mayor Anne Higalgo has her way, the scenario described will soon be reality. If Higaldo wins the elections in March, Paris could soon take an exposed pioneering position and inspire other municipalities and city planners. It's time to say goodbye to the dusty idea that mobility can be achieved primarily by motor vehicles.