ROADPOL Safety Days campaign (previously known as Project EDWARD) encourages EVERYONE to help increase road safety and reduce fatalities. The campaign slogan is "Stay alive and save lives" with road safety awareness-raising events and activities taking place from 16 - 22 September during EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK.
The INCLUSION and HiReach projects are teaming up to present their final virtual conference titled Inclusive mobility for an inclusive society: new approaches and solutions. How can transport benefit us all?
The MOBI-MIX project intends to facilitate the uptake of innovative transport solutions to fulfill their potential and have a positive impact in reducing carbon emissions. To achieve this, the project will develop and source state-of-the-art public-private collaboration models for more effective implementation of micromobility and MaaS solutions, ultimately leading to a more livable city.
European urban areas are in the midst of a mobility revolution.
The way people move around cities heralds a change as Europe transitions towards alternatively fuelled, shared, integrated and autonomous transport systems. Out of these macro trends we see the widespread emergence of micromobility devices, such as e-bikes and e-scooters.
This case study explains what micromobility is, looks at the rise in popularity of these vehicles, and explores why they are polarising opinion in cities around the world.
The increased use and availability of e-scooters (electric scooters) in cities brings opportunities for sustainable modes and challenges for those managing the public space. This Eltis case study explores the widespread amendments to national regulations with regard to e-scooters that have emerged in recent years.