44. Organize a local car-free day. Every September 22 cities around the world participate in a global Car-Free Day, showcasing the possibilities of a more progressive commute and the advantages of walkable streets and biking infrastructure. Want to be inspired? Check out 14 beautiful car-free cities.
Regrettably, neither of the sites seemed to say anything about accessibility. Now if you're blind, not worrying about getting run over by a car could be a great thing. But for anyone with mobility issues, more often than not "car-free" might as well be "on the Moon." And it's not like we don't have solutions for that, I just didn't see anyone advertising things like palanquins for places where wheelchairs can't easily go. So if you're lobbying for car-free areas, remember to make them accessible to everyone. Even normally able-bodied people can be screwed the moment they break a foot, get pregnant, or have a baby carriage to push.