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  1. Case study
    17 November 2014
  2. News
    30 December 2014

    Three-quarters of Helsinki journeys are sustainable – new study (Finland)

    1741 reads A new survey of Helsinki residents shows that the vast majority travel on foot or by public transport and that car use in the city is decreasing. The mobility study by the City Planning...

  3. News
    17 December 2014

    ‘Convenient’ cars most popular EU transport

    1977 reads New research shows that convenience is the main factor when Europeans choose which mode of transport to take, and that they are overwhelmingly choosing cars. The European Commission’s 2014...

  4. News
    15 December 2014

    € 550m EU funding for transport and energy research

    1279 reads The Horizon 2020 (H2020) project, as part of the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) of the European Commission (EC), has opened five calls for transport and energy research funding...

  5. News
    02 December 2014

    Bulc: Juncker investment fund ‘important for transport’

    1864 reads The new EU Commissioner for Transport, Violeta Bulc, said that the € 315bn investment fund unveiled by President Juncker last week will have big significance for the transport sector. In a speech...

  6. News
    28 November 2014

    European project launches active mobility survey

    1361 reads A project looking at the links between health and mobility has officially launched a two-year survey in seven cities across Europe. Residents from Antwerp (Belgium), Barcelona (Spain), London (UK...

  7. News
    14 November 2014

    Study shows big fall in European emissions since 1960

    1280 reads New research has shown a significant fall in emissions of sulpher dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxides (NOX) over the past 50 years, with greater energy efficiency and emissions reduction measures...

  8. News
    11 November 2014

    Johannesburg to host EcoMobility World Festival 2015(South Africa)

    2664 reads South Africa's largest city, Johannesburg, has agreed to host the second EcoMobility World Festival next autumn and create a temporary car-free district to demonstrate the benefits of...

  9. News
    11 November 2014

    Lithuania considers VAT-free electric vehicles

    2503 reads The Lithuanian government is considering removing VAT from electric vehicles and reducing it to nine per cent on hybrid vehicles in an effort to encourage more Lithuanians to embrace sustainable...

  10. News
    04 November 2014

    New EU transport commissioner takes up post

    2586 reads Slovenia's Violeta Bulc was officially installed as the European Union’s new transport commissioner on 1 November following the approval of the new Juncker Commission last month. The former...