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  • Bucharest Tram
    25 Jul 2017 / Urban mobility planning, Collective passenger transport

    The Mayor of Bucharest, Gabriela Firea, has announced a single public transport ticket that can be used for the bus, metro, and train in Bucharest and the surrounding Ilfov County.

    The...

  • Brussels Cycling Tour
    24 Jul 2017 / Urban mobility planning, Public and stakeholder involvement, Walking and cycling

    A new project in Brussels is giving citizens a chance to influence cycling infrastructure within the Belgian capital: and all with the push of a button.

    "PING if you care", which started...

  • map_stepbystep
    24 Jul 2017 / Urban mobility planning, Walking and cycling, Intermodality, Mobility management

    The City Council in the Spanish city of Terrasa has recently launched an innovative campaign that aims to get its residents walking. Entitled “Step by step”, it is one of a number of measures...

  • 21 Jul 2017 / Transport for people with reduced mobility

    When it comes to motorised travel, people with reduced mobility often have very restricted options. Car manufacturers offer a very limited range of possibilities, and those become even fewer if a...

  • 21 Jul 2017 / Collective passenger transport, Clean and energy-efficient vehicles

    The Lombardy region in Italy is making a significant investment in clean public transport by buying 22 new electric buses. The two cities in Lombardy to benefit from their purchase will be Milan...

  • London Blackfriars Station - Disabled Access Sign
    20 Jul 2017 / Transport for people with reduced mobility

    Plans have been revealed for step-free access to be created at six Tube stations by 2020. They form part of the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan's aim to improve accessibility across the UK's capital....

  • Crossing - Berlin
    19 Jul 2017 / Walking and cycling, Transport for people with reduced mobility

    For pedestrians with reduced mobility, crossing at traffic lights is not always so easy. The lights can turn red before they have reached the other side, putting them in danger. The Dutch city of...

  • 19 Jul 2017 / Policy and research

    Promoting walking and cycling by targeted policies requires an understanding of individual travellers’ motives and barriers, as well as an explicit recognition of the diversity of European regions...

  • 18 Jul 2017 / Urban mobility planning, Walking and cycling, Intermodality

    The CIVITAS FLOW project has collected 15 Quick Facts to provide cities with evidence of how walking and cycling measures can not only improve conditions for pedestrians and cyclists, but also...

  • 17 Jul 2017 / Scheme appraisal, Collective passenger transport, Clean and energy-efficient vehicles

    As of the beginning of July, a new driverless, electric shuttle bus service has been running in Paris. The trials are taking place in La Défense, Europe's largest business district.

    Free...