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  1. Case study
    20 March 2013
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    14 April 2014
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    24 November 2006
  4. News
    16 December 2010

    Near Field Communication services in public transport in Nice (France)

    419 reads A recent study reports a positive assessment of the Cityzi scheme in Nice, the largest deployment of mobile Near Field Communication (NFC) technology in France for a range of services, in...

  5. News
    09 March 2011

    Strasbourg proposes a citywide speed limit of 30km/h (France)

    326 reads The city of Strasbourg proposes to reduce the maximum speed limit in the whole city to 30km/h. A referendum on the proposal will take place in May 2011. Strasbourg proposes to reduce the maximum...

  6. News
    10 June 2011

    Citizens of Strasbourg voted on 30km/h zones. (France)

    396 reads The capital of Alsace began to count the 50,000 ballots for a possible 30km/h speed limit in all residential areas, i.e. 70% of roads. If those in favour of the measure win the vote, the project...

  7. News
    21 February 2012

    Cyclists are now allowed to turn right at red lights (France)

    375 reads France has taken a first step in making life easier for cyclists. They are now allowed to turn right at certain junctions that are equipped with new traffic lights and signs. This January the...

  8. News
    28 February 2012

    Motorway car-sharing areas (France)

    265 reads Four car-sharing areas have been opened on the “autoroute du soleil” (A7) in France. The journey from home to work represents 10% of car traffic on the A7 motorway. Now for the first time in...

  9. News
    27 April 2012

    No more cars near the Mont Saint Michel (France)

    513 reads One of the popular tourist attractions in Europe, the Mont Saint Michel, is each year drawing 600,000 vehicles that park on a temporary embankment very near the site. From 28 April, parking will...

  10. News
    27 August 2012

    Paris gets back its boulevards (France)

    521 reads The dream of the mayor of Paris, Betrand Delanoë, to reduce car traffic along the banks of the river Seine so that they can be used by cyclists and pedestrians, will become reality. In the 1960s,...