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  • Published: January 2010

    In order to increase utilisation of public transport, it is important to properly market public transport services to inform members of the public about the benefits to themselves and their...

  • Published: November 2009

    The Falköping Model enables users to estimate market demand for biomethane in a region from evolving gas vehicle fleets, and estimate supply capabilities from a range of production and...

  • Published: October 2009

    Mobility management is understood as 'soft' measures such as information and communication campaigns, organising services and co-ordinating activities of different partners, with the goal of...

  • Published: August 2009

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  • Published: August 2009

    This guidance document addresses the need to make new building projects accessible to sustainable transport modes. It is primarily targeted at investors, developers and urban planners and focuses...

  • Published: August 2009

    Mobility management is a concept to promote sustainable transport and manage the demand for car use by changing travellers' attitudes and behaviour. At the core of mobility management are 'soft'...

  • Published: July 2009

    If you are planning a new or redeveloped area and want to use the planning process in new and innovative ways, a planning simulation workshop could be for you.

    It’s an ideal way to...

  • Published: June 2009

    There is potential for greater efficiency and reducing environmental impact of passenger transport by improving the connections between different modes or networks of transport. The INTERCONNECT...

  • Published: April 2009

    The AENEAS Stakeholder Involvement Handbook is intended to encourage organisations which are not familiar with stakeholder involvement to try out some of the tools and techniques in their own...

  • Published: February 2009

    A workplace travel plan is a long-term management strategy employed by an organisation to promote more sustainable transport among staff, visitors and deliveries to its site.

    This can...