CarFree Day or CarFree Week is an annual event which is hosted in major cities all over the world. Travelers are asked to go either CarFree or Car-lite for at least one day during a designated week, usually in September. It encourages everyone to cut down on the pollution caused by cars by using alternate modes of transportation. It is also an excellent opportunity to spread the word about the impact that cars can have on our environment.
Each year, the Hudson TMA asks Hudson County commuters and residents to participate in the movement by pledging to go CarFree or Car-lite. So many not only meet the challenge, but continue the effort throughout the year by walking, biking, or taking mass transit as often as possible.
This year, CarFree Week has ended. The campaign will be back in 2021.