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  • Dublin bus view
    09 Jun 2017 / Urban mobility planning

    A far-ranging transformation of the Irish capital’s transport network has been outlined by the country’s National Transport Authority (NTA). The overall cost of the project would be €1bn.


  • Cyclists in Copenhagen
    07 Jun 2017 / Walking and cycling

    It is perhaps not the reason that people are used to hearing from somebody explaining why they were late: that there was congestion in the cycle lanes. Yet precisely this situation has arisen in...

  • 06 Jun 2017 / Walking and cycling

    To celebrate 200 years of cycling, the PASTA (Physical Activity Through Sustainable Transport Approaches) project, together with the German...

  • Traffic in Brussels
    06 Jun 2017 / Public and stakeholder involvement

    It has been revealed that the local government in Brussels has rubber stamped a rule related to the mobility plans offered by businesses.

    It would compel large companies - those with more...

  • Gdansk Tram and Railroad Station
    05 Jun 2017 / Intermodality

    Over 169 million zloty (39 million Euros) is being invested into public transport initiatives in the Pomerania region of Poland. A subsidy for just under half that amount is being provided by the...

  • 31 May 2017 / Urban mobility planning

    Getxo, a town in the Basque Country, will soon take the first steps in the process of developing a SUMP for the local municipal area.

    In the coming weeks, 4,000 questionnaires will be...

  • Traffic Junction in London
    30 May 2017 / Collective passenger transport

    Earlier this month, a new responsive bus was trialled in London. Its route was based on data analysis evaluating existing connections and commuter demand.

    Transport app developed,...

  • 26 May 2017 / Walking and cycling, Mobility management

    Sometimes things work better a second time round. That is certainly proving the case for Helsinki's bike sharing scheme. It initially ran from 2000-2009, but when it was stopped under half of the...

  • London Traffic
    24 May 2017 / Urban mobility planning

    London's Mayor, Sadiq Khan, announced last month that heavily polluting vehicles will have to pay a daily charge to drive within central London from 8 April 2019.

    The Ultra Low Emission...

  • Hamburg Road Junction
    23 May 2017 / Mobility management

    The Hanseatic city has revealed a series of measures related to electromobility and digital solutions for improving mobility. Much of the work will be carried out in partnership with Daimler....