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  • Published: October 2007

    The European Commission is keen on the idea that municipalities, organisations and all kind of professionals in new Member States, accession and new neighbouring countries play a bigger role in...

  • Published: December 2006

    This training manual has been prepared to help explain awareness-raising and communication campaigns and why they should be launched and organised. Specific information is provided on target...

  • Published: December 2006

    Transport demand management is as a general term for strategies that result in more efficient use of transportation resources.  This aim of this training manual, produced by the e-atomium ...

  • Published: December 2006

    This training material will explain how mobility management strategies may be adopted in tourist areas and how a Tourism Travel Plan (TTP) may be implemented. Based on good examples and the impact...

  • Published: October 2006

    The role of telematics in transport is already vast and growing exponentially. These training materials provide a detailed grounding in the use of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) in...

  • Published: October 2006

    The availability and cost of parking is an important determinant of whether or not people choose to drive to a particular destination, and also whether they choose to own a car at all. Local...

  • Published: October 2006

    Walking and cycling are emission-free modes of transport that do not need energy (except human power) and fuels. This means that walking and cycling are very compatible for urban mobility. Besides...

  • Published: December 2005

    The amount of energy used in transport is influenced by several factors: land use regulation; mobility management/modal split; efficiency of means of transport; and the energy consumption of...

  • Published: December 2005

    Fundamentals on transport and energy is a general introduction to the topic of mobility behaviour, conditions framework and the impacts of transport.

    The training material gives an...

  • Published: December 2005

    A modern and high-quality public transport is the backbone of urban transport. Against the door-to-door trip by private car, a more sustainable model of public transport should offer passengers...