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  1. News
    10 August 2020

    EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK (16-22 September): Lessons Learnt from Lockdown & interview with 8th SUMP Award Winners

    789 reads EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK has just published a factsheet with 10 lessons learnt during lockdown  in relation to better mobility. The lessons vary from simple messages like remembering that public...

  2. News
    20 July 2020

    Brussels aims to encourage the use of cargo bicycles

    1080 reads Brussels will spend €5.8 million – with €4.7 million coming from EU funds – to encourage the purchase and use of cargo bikes in the Belgian capital for both goods and passengers. This is one of...

  3. News
    24 June 2020

    Ghent and Milan win international car sharing awards

    550 reads The Belgian city of Ghent and the Italian city of Milan received an international recognition for car-sharing promotion and support policies. During a digital event held on 28 May, the cities were...

  4. News
    01 June 2020

    Flanders to invest €2.2 billion in an ambitious mobility plan

    253 reads Lydia Peeters, the Flemish Minister for Mobility and Public Works, has announced that the region will invest €2.2 billion in 2020 to improve the region's transport infrastructure.  The...

  5. Case study
    21 May 2020
  6. News
    18 May 2020

    SUMP Award 2020 and first ever EU Urban Road Safety Award winners announced!

    100 odsłon Brussels Capital Region, Belgium – winner of the 8th Award for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP)   Brussels Capital Region has set itself clear and ambitious sustainable mobility goals,...

  7. News
    15 May 2020

    Tongeren (B) to transform its city centre into bicycle zone

    45 Aufrufe As of June 2020, the entire Tongeren city centre will become one large cycling zone. All 53 streets in the city centre will then become bicycle streets. "With the bicycle zone we want to...

  8. News
    08 April 2020

    Bruges and its mission to become Belgium’s leading cycling city

    42 lectures Bruges is ambitious. Although it is already an established cycling city with a high modal share of 42%, it aspires to become Belgium’s leading cycling city. To achieve this, it wants to create...

  9. News
    06 April 2020

    Brussels adopts new SUMP for the city region

    50 Aufrufe On 5 March the Council of Ministers of the Belgian capital Brussels approved the 'Good Move' regional mobility plan for the city region. By adopting this plan, the Brussels government...

  10. News
    02 January 2020

    Urban traffic measurements- city residents can now monitor traffic in their area

    1670 reads For urban mobility planners and policymakers to influence changes in mobility patterns, they need to have a detailed knowledge of the existing situation. Traditionally, gathering information...