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  1. Event
    17 September 2019

    Future of Transport- how do we deal with it?

    290 reads Language English English About the course This course will be about how to manage the introduction of transport innovations from a public authority perspective. What mechanisms exist to test...

  2. News
    17 September 2019

    Bucharest plans to restrict most polluting cars in 2020

    412 reads The Mayor of Bucharest, Gabriela Firea, has announced a project which plans to severely restrict access to central Bucharest for polluting cars. The project plans to introduce a tax on cars...

  3. News
    28 February 2018

    Germany's Supreme Administrative Court to permit Urban Vehicle Access Restrictions (UVARs) on diesel vehicles

    1834 reads Germany’s Supreme Administrative Court has decided that restrictions- even stretching to bans on diesel cars in German cities are generally permissible. The background of the lawsuit relates to a...

  4. News
    29 April 2019

    Ghent will ban most polluting cars from the city centre

    901 reads In April 2019, the City of Ghent in Belgium announced plans to introduce a low emission zone in the city centre. To gain access, petrol and natural gas vehicles will be required to comply with the...

  5. News
    27 May 2019

    Brussels' and London's access regulations show signs of success

    961 reads Brussels and London are amongst the European cities that have recently further developed their respective urban vehicle access regulation schemes. Both have introduced stricter rules for older,...

  6. News
    22 July 2019

    Finnish Government plans to allow congestion charges in its cities

    1075 reads The new Finnish Government plans to introduce legislation to allow its cities to introduce road tolls or congestion charges. Until now, cities have not been allowed to apply such charges in...

  7. News
    30 September 2019

    Madrid's low emission zone identified as one of the most effective in the EU

    284 reads In recent years, many cities around Europe have been introducing low emission zones in order to reduce air pollution, particularly in city centres. A recent report from Transport & Environment...

  8. News
    18 November 2019

    Bristol to introduce a daytime ban on all private diesel cars

    23 reads Bristol is to be the first city in the UK to ban privately-owned diesel vehicles from entering the city centre. The ban is planned to be in place between 7 a.m. and 3.p.m.; drivers who do not...

  9. News
    09 December 2019

    Barcelona plans for low emission zone by giving out free public transport cards

    10 εμφανίσεις From the start of 2020, the Spanish city of Barcelona and its adjacent municipalities, will ban the most polluting vehicles from their roads on weekdays between 7.00 and 20.00. This will...

  10. News
    16 December 2019

    Spain is planning low emission zones for all towns with over 50,000 residents

    loetud 1447 korda All towns in Spain with more than 50,000 inhabitants would have to set up low emission zones, if the plans of the largest party in Spain are put in place. While negotiations about a...