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  1. News
    11 February 2011

    4 new cities join the Cities for Cyclists network

    356 reads The cities of Ferrara (Italy), Ghent (Belgium), Winterthur (Switzerland) and Vienna (Austria) have joined the Cities for Cyclists network. The European Cyclists' Federation relaunched Cities...

  2. News
    10 February 2011

    Summary of the proceedings from the UN Climate Change Conference available

    224 reads The United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP16/COP6) took place in Cancún, Mexico, from 29 November to 11 December 2010. The paper Cancún can, can land transport? is now available which...

  3. News
    09 February 2011

    European survey on road safety related data and information

    294 reads The DaCoTa project (Road Safety Data Collection, Transfer & Analysis) aims at further developing the European Road Safety Observatory (ERSO), specifically to improve commonly available data...

  4. News
    16 February 2011

    Clean streets and intact road surfaces help to keep the air clean (Switzerland)

    407 reads A recently completed project by the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (EMPA) shows that that keeping roads as clean as possible and in good repair makes a significant...

  5. News
    15 February 2011

    Multimodal GPS piloted in 6 European cities

    1059 reads In Vienna, a real-time multimodal route planner was presented in the framework of the In-Time project. The multimodal GPS is being piloted in Brno, Bucharest, Florence, Munich, Oslo and Vienna....

  6. News
    14 February 2011

    Dedicated daytime running lights mandatory for all new cars from 2011 onwards

    257 reads Dedicated daytime running lights (DRLs) are the lamps on vehicles that switch on automatically when the engine is started. They substantially increase the visibility of motor vehicles. From 2011...

  7. News
    14 February 2011

    Call for proposals: Telematics Applications for Passengers' services (TAP)

    281 reads The European Commission intends to award grants to promote the development and deployment of telematics applications for rail passenger services. The technical harmonisation in the rail sector...

  8. News
    25 February 2011

    Black Carbon reductions deliver combined health and climate change benefits

    296 reads Reducing worldwide black carbon emissions is the most promising means of immediately slowing global warming and would prevent millions of premature deaths in developing countries. Black carbon (BC...

  9. News
    21 February 2011

    Buses of the Future

    244 reads The European Commission’s Greentransport-TV has produced a video on the achievements of the European Bus System of the Future (EBSF) research project, highlighting the innovative bus service...

  10. News
    04 March 2011

    Less CO2-emissions could trigger more economic growth Source: Image: PORTAL Europe-wide Urban mobility planning ...