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  1. Case study
    30 April 2012
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    04 February 2013
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    21 February 2012
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    15 January 2008
  5. News
    14 November 2013

    ‘Kiss and Ride’ stations to boost public transport use in Krakow (Poland)

    666 reads Drop-off points will make transferring between public transport and private vehicles simpler and easier in Poland’s second-largest city. As the streets of Krakow (Poland) receive increasing...

  6. News
    14 April 2016

    Łódź to prioritise pedestrian mobility (Poland)

    2188 reads The city council of Łódź has adopted a resolution that will ensure that pedestrians have a priority in moving around the city and at traffic intersections. Plans include widening pavements,...

  7. News
    27 January 2011

    £ódŸ signs the Charter of Brussels” (Poland)

    298 reads On January 7th 2011 the president of £ódŸ (central Poland) signed the “Charter of Brussels”, and £ódŸ has become one of the three polish cities signatories who have made the commitment to improve...

  8. News
    13 October 2017

    Zielona Góra places largest electric bus order in Polish history

    3150 reads Zielona Góra has shown its commitment to clean and energy efficient vehicles with the largest order ever placed for electric buses in Poland. Whilst cities such as Krakow already already boast a...

  9. News
    15 November 2012

    Zakopane wants to introduce green public transport (Poland)

    591 reads Two new hybrid cars are to be tested on the streets of Zakopane, a town at the foot of the Tatra Mountains in southern Poland. The cars have already been delivered to Zakopane and made available...

  10. Video
    18 May 2020

    Wrocław, finalist of the 8th SUMP Award

    8 reads The city of Wrocław in Poland was recognised in February 2020 for the 8th SUMP awards for their integrated, holistic, and innovative approach to sustainable mobility planning, bolstered by strong...