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  1. News
    01 September 2014

    Second public bicycle network launched in Croatia

    1606 reads The city of Šibenik on the Adriatic coast is the second in Croatia to inaugurate a public bicycle system, after the capital Zagreb. The new network has four stations across the city with a total...

  2. News
    21 November 2014

    Croatian cities install electric vehicle charging stations

    1496 reads The Croatian cities of Koprivnica and Biograd have launched new charging facilities for electric vehicles, exemplifying the country's commitment to cleaner forms of road transport. Electric...

  3. News
    02 April 2015

    City of Šibenik subsidises transport for citizens (Croatia)

    2242 reads Šibenik mayor Željko Burić has unveiled new measures to provide free and subsidised public transport to socially vulnerable citizens. Those outlined to benefit from the new initiative include...

  4. Event
    20 March 2018

    Joint National SUMP Training for Croatian and Slovenian cities

    Language English 3267 reads PROSPERITY project- SUMP Training SUMP training for Croatian and Slovenian cities/municipalities or city-owned companies Training topics:- Adopting the SUMP approach for small...

  5. Case study
    11 September 2018
  6. News
    13 April 2012

    Zagreb cyclists stage ping-pong” protest (Croatia)

    417 reads An estimated procession of more than 1,000 cyclists took to Zagreb’s streets in early April, saying the police and City Hall are deflecting them back and forth in a game of official ping pong....

  7. News
    24 May 2012

    Croatian public transport going to the dogs? (Croatia)

    1162 reads A Croatian animal rights group has recently sent a written appeal to several Croatian municipalities, arguing that the country’s restrictions concerning pets on public transport are out of step...

  8. News
    28 August 2012

    Sic Bic: students propose bicycle sharing scheme in Zagreb (Croatia)

    694 reads Although many world cities already have a public bicycle system, the Croatian capital still doesn't have a developed system of alternative modes of transportation. However, new ideas are...

  9. News
    05 August 2013

    Great political and public support for new city bike system in Zagreb (Croatia)

    897 reads Europe's newest city-wide bike rental system was launched in May 2013 in Zagreb, Croatia. Building on local and international experiences, there has been major acceptance of the system due to...

  10. News
    15 October 2014

    Croatia-Hungary cross-border cycle path completed

    3471 reads The final four kilometres of a cross-border cycle path between Hungary and Croatia have been now finished, completing a 90-km route running between Pécs in southern Hungary and the towns of...