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Urban mobility planning
  • 20 Oct 2016 / Traffic and demand management

    Lisbon’s city council will create an urban mobility fund worth € 15 million to finance the management of urban roads.

    Lisbon’s councilor responsible for finance, João Paulo Saraiva, made...

  • 20 Oct 2016 / Walking and cycling

    Polish researchers are testing a new kind of glow-in-the-dark bicycle lane that they hope will help improve the safety of cyclists travelling at night.

    The 100-metre-long lane, which was...

  • 19 Oct 2016 / Clean and energy-efficient vehicles

    The city of Utrecht has purchased the first of 10 new electric buses as part of its efforts to further green its public transport fleet.

    The 12-metre electric buses will be used to create...

  • Applications for the 5th SUMP Award can be submitted until Friday 28 October
    18 Oct 2016 / Urban mobility planning, Urban freight/city logistics

    Every year, the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) Award is presented to cities and regions that show excellence in developing and implementing their SUMPs.

    This year, the theme of the...

  • 18 Oct 2016 / Collective passenger transport, Clean and energy-efficient vehicles

    The operator of Zaragoza’s tram system, Tranvía Zaragoza, has won an international award for the contribution it has made to lowering emissions in the Spanish city.

    Zaragoza’s minister for...

  • 17 Oct 2016 / Urban mobility planning

    The EU-funded SOLUTIONS project has released three reports that present the urban mobility needs, policy barriers and recommendations for sustainable solutions in countries in Asia, Latin America ...

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    17 Oct 2016 / Policy and research

    The European Commission launched last week the third...

  • 14 Oct 2016 / Walking and cycling

    An Austrian court has ruled that cyclists are legally allowed to keep a distance of between 1.2 and 1.8 metres from parked vehicles to protect them from car doors suddenly swinging open.


  • 11 Oct 2016 / Walking and cycling

    New figures show that cycling in the French city of Lyon has grown by 370 per cent over the last 10 years – putting it on course to overtake Strasbourg as the first cycling city in France.

  • 10 Oct 2016 / Collective passenger transport

    The Polish capital of Warsaw has received 1.83 billion Polish zloty (€ 430 million) in EU funding to expand its metro system.  

    The funding is part of a grant agreement worth more than 3....