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  • Published: April 2008

    In order for people with reduced mobility to travel around easily and safely in an inclusive manner, it is essential that all of the links in the transport chain are barrier-free. This training...

  • Published: April 2008

    Cycling is often the key element of successfully encouraging clean urban transport. Cycling is emission-free and doesn’t need energy (except human power) and fuels. This means that cycling is very...

  • Published: April 2008

    In this training material background information is given on the cycling history in Budapest, how cycling in the city has grown into a critical mass and what influence this can have on cycling...

  • Published: April 2008

    The way in which urban road space is managed is key to influencing the way that people travel. There is a wealth of experience on innovative traffic management schemes that have rebalanced the use...

  • Published: April 2008

    This training material looks at the different approaches towards urban road safety from a traffic engineering perspective. Road safety activities are a combination of policy-making, road...

  • Published: December 2007

    The subject of alternative fuels is extremely wide. This training material therefore focuses on the key aspects of a selection of alternative fuels, each one in its own individual section. As a...

  • Published: December 2007

    The increasing complexity of mobility not only in urban areas but also in long-distance journeys results in widespread congestion, economic and environmental problems.

    Against the door-to-...

  • Published: December 2007

    The topic of pricing is wide. Given the volume of existing material, this material summarises the topic and then focuses on one element of it which has been of particular relevance in terms of EU...

  • Published: December 2007

    Non-motorised transport includes walking, cycling, small-wheeled transport (skates, skateboards, push scooters and hand carts) and wheelchair travel. These modes provide both recreation (they are...

  • Published: December 2007

    The term ‘Traffic Management’ represents the process of adjusting or adapting the use of an existing road system to meet specified objectives without resorting to substantial new road construction...