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  1. EMU article
    24 November 2014

    Bristol invites public to imagine, and then decide on, the future of their city

    There is no one path to realising more sustainable mobility, as evident by the wide-variety of transport measures on offer that can lower emissions, reduce pollution and create greener urban areas. But with...

  2. EMU article
    28 June 2015

    Bucharest SUMP conference sees debate on the future of European transport

    The Romanian capital of Bucharest played host to a diverse mix of urban mobility professionals at the 2nd European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans, which took place from 16–17 June 2015 at...

  3. EMU article
    31 May 2012

    CEMOBIL- The e-mobility project

    With the project “CEMOBIL”, Klagenfurt, the capital city of Carinthia, is an urban showpiece and a role model for e-mobility. Klagenfurt implements a bundle of measures and vehicles and creates a network of...

  4. EMU article
    31 January 2013


    Why do some European cities have a much higher share of cycling compared to other cities with the same characteristics? How did champion cities in cycling become the leading cycling cities they are today?...

  5. EMU article
    29 June 2014

    Cities across Europe build on the SUMP concept

    From the outside, the common mobility denominator between Copenhagen, Brest, and Thessaloniki may not be immediately obvious. Copenhagen is the toast of urban cyclists, a city so linked with sustainable...

  6. EMU article
    05 October 2017

    CIVITAS Forum 2017: Small Communities, Big Ideas

    From 27-29 September, close to 500 participants convened in Torres Vedras, Portugal, for the 15 th CIVITAS Forum. A diverse community of policy makers, practitioners, academics, and city representatives...

  7. EMU article
    30 May 2017

    CIVITAS SUITS. An interview with the project coordinator

    This month Eltis interviews Andree Woodcock, the co-ordinator of the CIVITAS SUITS project. Please sum up your project in a sentence. SUITS aim is to substantially increase the capacity of small- and medium...

  8. EMU article
    27 February 2014

    Cyclists’ paradise: Copenhagen crowned European Green Capital 2014

    In the 1970s, Copenhagen made a decision to change. Hit by the worldwide energy crisis and riding the wave of a newly energised environmental movement, the Danish capital pursued a revolutionary new policy...

  9. EMU article
    29 October 2011

    Does transport investment create jobs and lead to economic growth?

    by David Scotney, Research Associate at the Transport Research institute, Edinburgh Napier University At this time of economic problems in many countries in Europe, governments are searching for ways to...

  10. EMU article
    29 August 2013

    EcoMobility SHIFT Assessment and Audit Scheme- Measuring performance in sustainable urban mobility

    Six European municipalities assessed their performance in urban mobility using the EcoMobility SHIFT Assessment and Audit Scheme. The scheme emphasises that sustainable urban mobility requires a shift from...