Technology is not enough for carbon-neutral transport. Our behaviour must also change, says Martin Kvizda
The construction of high-speed railways has been seriously considered in the Czech Republic since 2017. Not only would it comply with international requirements for carbon neutrality, but it would also respond to the current energy crisis. How many people could use high-speed railways, and would they willingly swap their cars for a high-speed train? These are not the only question Martin Kvizda of the Institute for Transport Economics, Geography and Policy discusses in this interview.