Can you please tell me if this sentence sounds alright?
"...focus on the reduction of the cars driving in the streets."
(1) From reading American newspapers, I believe that most
Americans prefer "cars on the street."
P. S. I also offer these two quotations for your consideration:
(a) I loved to be out on the street as a newspaper reporter.
(b) I learned as much from my newspaper colleagues as I did
in the street.
Again, I believe that most Americans prefer on in such sentences.
(Both quotations are from American journalists.)
I am mostly there either in the street or on the road.
I have confused the use of preposition before "the street".
Parser is right. "In" is used in BE while "on" in AE. Sorry for the mistake.