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    This report provides an overview of the main EU Research and Innovation (R&I) actions for and with cities, promoted both at the European and international level to foster sustainable...

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    Although European roads still claim too many fatalities and seriously injured, the long-term safety trend has been positive.  Among others, improved vehicle safety standards since the late 1990s have played an important role.

    Improvements in the safety of new vehicles in Europe have been...

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    The ITF Transport Outlook examines the development of global transport volumes and related CO2 emissions and health impacts through to 2050. It examines factors that can affect supply and demand for transport services and focuses on scenarios illustrating potential upper and lower pathways,...

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    The European Cyclists' Federation's Resource Library is a database that hosts a number of documents and reports related to cycling.

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    The International Road Traffic and Accident Database (IRTAD) gathers data on traffic and road accidents from 28 out of the 30 OECD Member countries. The main part of the database, with around 500 data items, includes aggregated data on injury...

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    Urban transport accounts for a significant share of the environmental impacts of transport in Europe, and the second part of TERM 2013 analyses trends, main characteristics, options to minimise impacts, and recent actions that have proven to be effective in the transition towards more efficient...

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    The CLARS Platform, an EU-funded scheme supporting public authorities to develop urban access regulation schemes, has a public website that provides information for vehicle operators on existing and confirmed Low Emission Zones (LEZs) and urban road-charging schemes in Europe, as well as most...

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    Cycling as a mode of transport can be seen as a driver of jobs and economic activity just as much as cars and public transport vehicles. The European Cyclists' Federation has produced a report which examines the contribution that cycling makes to economic and job growth across the EU, ranging...

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    Increasing the numbers of people who choose to cycle rather than drive is a well-established method to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality. The European Cyclists' Federation has produced a report which examines the evolution of air pollution concentrations in five European cities (...

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    The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe's statistical database for transport infrastructure offers the possibility to view the length of road and railway infrastructure, categorised by type of infrastructure, nature of transport, and density from all European countries. The latest data...

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