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  1. News
    17 July 2014

    Helsinki aims to develop 'mobility on demand' by 2025 (Finland)

    6168 reads Personal car use will be pointless according to plans by Helsinki to develop an online system that would allow citizens to get all the transportation they want in just one click. The city is...

  2. News
    18 July 2014

    Smart micro-grid for electric vehicles opens in Málaga (Spain)

    2604 reads A joint project between Spain and Japan has resulted in the installation of an intelligent micro-network that generates and stores electricity for electric vehicles. Produced by the Zem2All...

  3. News
    11 August 2014

    Funding for tram project approved in Luxembourg

    1081 reads Luxembourg City council has approved the multi-million euro funding of a tram line with construction expected to start in 2015. The € 345.78m project, which received a majority backing from the...

  4. News
    22 August 2014

    City collecting traffic data to support SUMP (Italy)

    1465 reads Molfetta, on Italy's Adriatic coast, is working in partnership with a private company to gather traffic data to inform the city's development of a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP)...

  5. News
    25 August 2014

    WHO releases updated walking and cycling tool

    1473 reads The World Health Organisation has released a new updated tool that helps make an economic assessment of the health benefits of walking or cycling. The Health Economic Assessment Tool, or HEAT,...

  6. News
    27 August 2014

    Polish voivodeship consults public on SUMP

    1123 reads Lower Silesia in south west Poland has completed a draft of its Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) and has made it available for comments from the general public. The SUMP includes a forecast...

  7. News
    01 September 2014

    Hungary adopts national transport strategy

    1777 reads The Hungarian government has adopted a long-term national transport strategy, which focuses on the future development of infrastructure and its economic and environmental sustainability. Specific...

  8. News
    02 September 2014

    New multi-lingual SUMP guidelines released

    2379 reads Guidelines that explain the essential steps involved in developing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) have been published by the European Commission in a further six languages. Available...

  9. News
    03 September 2014

    Austria needs more infrastructure for sustainable mobility, warns charity

    3793 reads Austria must prepare its transport infrastructure for more sustainable forms of mobility and help it deal with the effects of climate change, a mobility campaign group has said. The Austrian...

  10. News
    10 September 2014

    Romanian city begins process to draft SUMP

    2273 reads The mayor of Braşov in Romania has announced the start of a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) development process with a final document expected by July 2015. Announcing the news at a press...