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  1. News
    03 February 2021

    Adaptive traffic management pre-feasibility study in Tallinn

    317 odsłon Searching for ways to improve urban mobility by reducing congestion, CO2 emissions and the number of accidents is a common challenge to all major cities in Europe. The recent emergence of the...

  2. News
    14 August 2014

    Large-scale ITS system planned for Łódź (Poland)

    1730 reads Łódź has announced plans to install a new intelligent transport system that will control traffic flow and give priority to public transport.  Thought to be the largest intelligent transport...

  3. News
    28 August 2014

    Train stations in Germany to improve accessibility

    1689 reads German railway company Deutsche Bahn is upgrading two train station platforms in North-Rhine Westphalia, making them more suitable for travellers with reduced mobility and additional needs. The...

  4. News
    15 September 2014

    Traffic-cutting schemes promote greener living

    environmentally responsible. For more information, read the latest EC's Science for Environment Policy  News ...

  5. News
    21 November 2014

    New low-floor trams glide into Bratislava (Slovakia)

    1014 reads The latest cutting-edge design in transport technology has been released in Slovakian capital Bratislava  this month in the shape of new low-floor trams. The new bi-directional ForCity Plus Two...

  6. News
    13 January 2015

    EC adopts new traffic information rules

    1728 reads The European Commission (EC) has implemented new rules aimed at helping provide road users in the European Union (EU) with more standardised, accurate and up-to-date traffic information related...

  7. News
    15 January 2015

    Göteborg seeks alternatives to congestion charge (Sweden)

    4139 reads Göteborg city officials are looking at alternative ways to improve air quality in the city after a proposed congestion charge was rejected by citizens in a referendum last September. A study...

  8. News
    22 January 2015

    Plovdiv planning € 22m transport upgrade (Bulgaria)

    1708 reads The City of Plovdiv has signed a 44.3m lev (€ 22.65m) contract to modernise, develop and promote sustainable urban transport in the city. As well as upgrading Plovdiv's entire transport...

  9. News
    12 February 2015

    2015 Road Safety Award winners announced

    1684 reads Organisations from France, Greece, Poland, Portugal and the United Kingdom were awarded for their innovative road safety practices at a recent ceremony in Brussels (Belgium). The 2015 Road Safety...

  10. News
    16 February 2015

    Congestion to cost Malta € 317m a year

    2056 reads Traffic problems in Malta will cost the government and transport authorities € 317m by 2020 unless they improve public transport, reduce private car ownership and change school hours, say experts...