Not everybody lives in cities
This is true, however so many city-dwellers run one when they don't need to. In the countryside, it's often important to have one, however in a built-up area it shouldn't be, one reason why town planning is beginning to address this.
low and wide housing
The public transport is pretty good where I'm based when I'm there however a lot of that is due to a century of Labour councils keeping on toip of it. Nevertheless, low and wide housing began to proliferate in the late 70s and it's important to prevent more of this.
I mentioned earlier that we're looking for a new car. I'd rather not have one, since we've a supermarket near and the metro not too far away however it would be useful for certain long journeys. Better to go by train, however Poland has a poor train network.