An authentic carfree Zionist realized I have misused "Zionism" which refers explicitly to the creation of a Jewish homeland.
I'm hoping people will find it tenable to distiguish between "carfree Zionism" and a proposed carfree zionism-like movement.
What if the car-free people got together and made their own city, since many of us aren't happy in places where we must deal with the effects of car/truck ownership and use?
With respect to "carfree Zionism" Dan had this to say:
I am a car free zionist and follow Israel's anti-car movement as much as possible, although they seem to have bigger problems on their plate right now. It appears that Israel's once thriving Critical Mass movemement has been one of the Intifada's victims, with people fearing gathering in public spaces in a public manner.
I have been telling anyone who will listen that to support Israel, you must renounce the internal combustion engine that seems to fuel much of the terror perpetrated against Israel. Needless to say, this has been a bit of a hard sell, but at least it has some people thinking.