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  1. Case study
    13 February 2017
  2. News
    30 November 2018

    Regional Park and Rides should relieve congestion in Prague

    1166x přečteno The City of Prague is struggling with the high number of incoming commuter cars and a subsequent shortage of parking spaces. The capital’s new governing coalition has sought the help of the...

  3. News
    11 February 2019

    Prague to offer free public transport during smog warnings

    5470x přečteno The Municipality of Prague has announced that public transport will be free during declared smog emergencies, in the hope that commuters will leave their cars at home. Air pollution and smog...

  4. News
    22 May 2019

    Prague is exploring water trams

    1027x přečteno Prague City Hall is exploring the idea of introducing water trams to transport people up and down the Vtlava, the river running through the Czech capital. The City Council approved calls for...

  5. News
    13 November 2019

    Leading Charge Point Operators plan roaming agreement in the UK

    139 reads A group of Europe’s leading smart charging solutions providers has signed a letter of intent pledging to open their networks for drivers of electric vehicles (EVs) in the UK through a roaming...

  6. News
    15 November 2019

    The Emilia Romagna regions is investing in cycling mobility

    33 reads In the Italian Emilia-Romagna region, cycling mobility is becoming increasingly popular. The Councillor for Transport within the Region, Mr Raffaele Donini, recently revealed that one in ten people...

  7. News
    15 November 2019

    Poland plans tax on congestion caused by superstores

    35 reads Poland is planning to introduce a “congestion tax” on large superstores such as supermarkets, furniture shops, and other large-scale retail stores. With this tax, the Polish government wants to...

  8. News
    15 November 2019

    Charging station manufacturer celebrates milestone of 100,000 installed charging points globally

    36 reads A manufacturer of charging stations who ship their products globally recently revealed that they have installed 100,000 charging points worldwide. The news was announced at REVOLUTION Connected NYC...

  9. 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...

  10. Tool
    20 November 2019

    Handbook on sustainable mobility in the MED area

    11 lecturas The Mediterranean Region has specific features like climate and biodiversity and all regions facing the Mediterranean Sea are concerned by intense vehicular traffic and by increasing tourism...