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  1. Case study
    03 October 2012
  2. News
    13 June 2012

    10 days without a car: An official experiment in Lodz (Poland)

    680 reads In mid-May this year, the Vice President of Lodz carried out an experiment. For more than 10 days he resigned from using his official car in favour of travel by bicycle and public transport. The...

  3. Event
    12 June 2014

    1st European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans

    7547 reads Language English Planning for a Liveable City English From 12-13 June 2014, the small Polish city of Sopot played host to the first ever European conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans....

  4. News
    23 October 2012

    22 modern trams for Szczecin (Poland)

    1114 reads The city of Szczecin in northwestern Poland decided to buy 22 modern trams of the type 120NaS Pesa (Swing) from a domestic manufacturer. The purchase is co-financed by the EU and credit. The type...

  5. News
    23 March 2018

    3,500 eco-friendly buses to hit Polish streets over the next decade

    844 reads To tackle air pollution, the Polish government has announced the launch of a “Low Emission Transport fund” with PLN 5 billion (EUR 1.2 billion) funding by 2027 aimed at increasing eco-friendly...

  6. News
    02 June 2011

    7 km of bus lanes to be built in Olsztyn over the next 2 years (Poland)

    456 reads Bus lanes are one of the best ways of improving urban public transport. Due to this fact, the Polish city of Olsztyn wants to improve its bus travel in the city centre by building 7 km of new bus...

  7. News
    28 June 2011

    A green bus shelter for a shopping centre in Gdañsk (Poland).

    318 reads The initiative “Ca³a Polska Chodzi Boso” (The Whole of Poland is Walking Barefoot) aims to create green space for city dwellers. In cooperation with the Osowa Shopping Centre in Gdañsk, a bus...

  8. News
    27 June 2013

    A joint Legnica and Glogow integrated transport project (Poland)

    912 reads In early May, two southern Polish cities signed an agreement on a project called Integrated urban link system in the Legnica-Glogow Functional Area. The project draws attention to the transport...

  9. News
    24 October 2011

    A network of electric car charging stations is planned for Wroclaw (Poland)

    1316 reads The authorities of the city of Wroclaw (Poland) have announced that they are ready to begin the process of building a network of electric car charging stations. The city will cover 50% of the...

  10. Case study
    16 September 2011