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Pedestrian routes planned in Nicosia (Cyprus)

Nicosia is planning to fully or partly pedestrianise 49 roads and convert five roads into one-way streets to improve the quality of life for its residents.
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Better urban design for traffic safety and greater bicycle use in Houten (The Netherlands)

The City of Houten is renowned for its design, which prioritises walking and cycling. Houten has been called “heaven for bicycles”, and for good reason. The city has 129 kilometres of bicycle lanes, a double-decker roundabout separating cyclists from other traffic, and roads where cars are considered guests and must adapt to bicycle-speed. This advanced urban design has resulted in a traffic safety level for cyclists and pedestrians that is twice as high as similar towns in the Netherlands.
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Recicleta - waste paper collection with cargo tricycles

Recicleta - waste paper collection with cargo tricycles

With the help of cargo-tricycles, disadvantaged individuals (with financial difficulties, from large families, unemployed) get ecological jobs: to collect waste paper from small companies in Bucharest. RECICLETA is the first almost carbon neutral initiative in Romania.
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