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  1. EMU article
    30 June 2013

    B-Track-B- Bike the track/ Track the bike

    Cycling is considered the best mode of transport for short distances (2 to 5 km), especially in urban areas where these are often leisure trips. The promotion of cycling to replace car travel is an...

  2. EMU article
    31 January 2013

    CHAMP

    www.champ-cycling.eu/en/About-Champ/Objectives-tools/. Building on the gap analysis, all seven CHAMP cities have recently completed their cycling ...

  3. EMU article
    31 December 2012

    Active Travel Network

    Most European cities are characterised by high levels of motorization and car use and motorisation. Often up to 25 % of all car trips in cities are not longer than 3 km- a distance that could easily be...

  4. EMU article
    31 October 2012

    "Go Pedelec"

    The aim of the  Go Pedelec! (link is external)  project was to comprehensively inform end users, municipal decision-makers and retailers about the so far strongly underestimated means of transport, ...

  5. EMU article
    31 July 2012

    “Nordic Cycle Cities”- Cycling on the agenda in 11 Nordic municipalities

    The strategic and systematic promotion of cycling has been the main objective for 11 municipalities in Denmark, Norway and Sweden who took part in the inter-regional bicycle project “Nordic Cycle Cities”....

  6. EMU article
    22 July 2015

    A festival of the people: EcoMobility World Festival 2015 goes to Johannesburg

     ‘The neighbourhood became brighter. There are more street lamps and flower gardens. Since then the residents feel the improvement in the area,’ the man said. ‘Now we know even more about our neighbours,’...

  7. EMU article
    29 June 2014

    Cities across Europe build on the SUMP concept

    From the outside, the common mobility denominator between Copenhagen, Brest, and Thessaloniki may not be immediately obvious. Copenhagen is the toast of urban cyclists, a city so linked with sustainable...

  8. EMU article
    29 July 2011

    LIFE CYCLE- promotion of healthy mobility behaviour through the life-long use of cycling

    LIFE CYCLE aims at combining the goals of health professionals with those of transport experts: to increase people's level of physical activity on the one hand with a higher modal share of sustainable...

  9. EMU article
    29 June 2011

    PRESTO- Promoting Cycling for Everyone as a Daily Transport Mode

    The PRESTO project applies the best of Europe's know-how on cycling to trigger a higher modal share of cycling, develop a "cycling culture" in cities and strengthen stakeholder cooperation....

  10. EMU article
    30 June 2017

    Vulnerable Road Users and road safety in Europe

    Significant progress has been made in road transport safety since the early 2000s. The number of road deaths has fallen by 54%. Yet this should not breed complacency: certain road users still face...