Portland City Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty says she would love to see parts of Downtown Portland become car-free, and she says she wants to see it happen soon.

The climate crisis is the driving urgency to make downtown a greener place, with no cars, according to Hardesty. And she has support from some of her fellow commissioners.

"I would love to see downtown become--to have lots of downtown be car-free," said Hardesty. "So that people are walking around and exploring and appreciating all that's beautiful about Downtown Portland."

We ask, will this greener place, with no cars also end up with no customers and activity?

What's YOUR take on the idea?

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