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  1. News
    22 September 2016

    Massive human bicycle in Terrassa (Spain)

    3756 reads The City of Terrassa, in Spain, in collaboration with BiciTerrassaClub, organised last Sunday 18 of September a popular ride as part of the EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK actions. Around 500 people...

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    23 November 2017

    Terrassa Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan 2016-2021

    2944 reads The new Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) in Terrassa established the action plan for 2016-21. It incorporates a group of measures aimed at reducing the accident rate, noise pollution and...

  3. News
    07 December 2015

    Valencia creates citizen-led urban mobility board (Spain)

    2276 reads The city council of Valencia has established a board made up of 40 civic organisations, businesses and public administrations that it hopes will help improve urban mobility in the Spanish city....

  4. News
    03 December 2014

    Cádiz consults public on new cycle lanes (Spain)

    1983 reads The city of Cádiz has launched a website  explaining the future expansion of the city's bicycle network and offering citizens the opportunity to provide feedback.  Together with the...

  5. Video
    22 September 2016

    Massive human-bicycle in Terrassa, Spain

    More than 500 people teamed up in the city of Terrassa (Spain) to create a massive human bike to advocate for bikes as a mode of transport. 5380 reads Spain Terrassa Jenar Indurain Other Urban mobility...

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    22 September 2016

    Massive human-bicycle in Terrassa

    Pau Vilaplana 3918 reads Public and stakeholder involvement Walking and cycling Mobility management More than 500 people teamed up in the city of Terrassa (Spain) to create a massive human bike to advocate...

  7. Video
    26 August 2015

    Málaga's SUMP goal-setting through stakeholder involvement (Spain)

    3694 reads Málaga is a southern Spanish city, a home to 569 000 people. In 2014, for economic, social and technical reasons, the city was forced to review its Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan. But Málaga saw...