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  1. News
    01 February 2019

    'Hike It, Bike It, Like It'- Dublin's smarter travel project

    697 reads Rolled out in 2012, the smarter travel project ‘Hike It, Bike It, Like It’ has encouraged the local community of Drimnagh (a Dublin City suburb with more than 12 000 people) to actively...

  2. News
    01 June 2020

    1 June 2020 weekly summary: the impact of COVID-19 on transport and mobility

    letto 25 volte Cities around Europe are beginning to come out of lockdown and reinstate access regulations. Antwerp, Gent, London and Milan have all started charging vehicles again for entering their low...

  3. News
    11 May 2020

    11 May 2020 weekly summary: the impact of COVID-19 on transport and mobility

    35 läsningar Location technology company TomTom has released data on traffic indices for cities around the world using data from satnav users. The index compares the actual length of a journey with the...

  4. News
    14 April 2020

    13 April 2020- weekly summary: How has COVID-19 affected mobility?

    1279 lecturas The World Health Organisation (WHO) has called for people all over the world to stay at home to reduce the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). National governments across the globe have...

  5. News
    15 June 2020

    15 June 2020 weekly summary: the impact of COVID-19 on transport and mobility

    293 odsłony Cities around the world are considering how to deal with need for physical distancing on public transport at peak times. Running more services, where possible, and staggering work hours to...

  6. News
    18 May 2020

    18 May 2020 weekly summary: the impact of COVID-19 on transport and mobility

    58 reads Cities are beginning to ease lockdown restrictions but are having to rethink urban mobility solutions to ensure physical distancing and the safety of passengers. Some cities are also thinking about...

  7. News
    20 April 2020

    20 April 2020- weekly summary: The impact of COVID-19 on transport and mobility

    1501 lecturas Residents of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode have asked for streets to be closed to cars, leaving them free for pedestrians and cyclists, much like the examples seen in Berlin, Oakland and New York....

  8. News
    12 March 2019

    2018 was a good year for EU Transport

    1381 reads In 2018, a number of EU mobility actions come to fruition as a result of effective cooperation and the continuation of work across more than one mandate. A statement by Transport Commissioner...

  9. News
    17 June 2019

    2040 transport Master Plan announced by Singapore

    667 reads Through a newly announced 20-year Master Plan, Singapore hopes that expenditure in public transport can lessen commutes by developing a “45-minute city with 20-minute towns”. This plan is based on...

  10. News
    22 June 2020

    22 June 2020 weekly summary: the impact of COVID-19 on transport and mobility

    Mobility package. This news comes after a request from six associations for a €13 billion cycling package ...