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  1. Tool
    02 September 2011

    Investing in space for pedestrians

    1950 reads Living Streets, a campaigning organisation that promotes walking, has produced a report reviewing the evidence for the benefits of investing in walkable public spaces. It presents successful case...

  2. Tool
    08 September 2011

    Design for better streets

    1341 reads During much of the 20th century, urban planning in Europe's cities and towns tended to prioritise space for cars over pedestrians, cyclists or public transport users. Inclusive street design...

  3. Tool
    02 February 2011

    Quality management for mobility management

    1374 reads Mobility management is understood as 'soft' measures such as information and communication campaigns, organising services and co-ordinating activities of different partners, with the...

  4. Tool
    06 March 2013

    Promoting workplace sustainable mobility through labelling

    1156 reads There are many ways in which employers and transport managers can promote sustainable mobility. However, getting an idea of how measures can work together to create a truly sustainable mobility...

  5. Tool
    20 December 2013

    Mobility management good practice

    1934 reads Mobility management is an effective, low-cost method to promote sustainable mobility. Acting with technical and infrastructural improvements, mobility management projects and campaigns help to...

  6. Tool
    16 May 2011

    Sustainable mobility policy notes

    1314 reads The NICHES+ project has produced concise policy notes for practitioners on a wide variety of sustainable mobility topics, focusing chiefly on clean and energy-efficient vehicles, mobility...

  7. Tool
    06 April 2011

    Planning and implementing innovative measures

    1486 reads The NICHES+ project developed twelve practitioner manuals innovative measures for making urban transport more efficient and sustainable. The manuals aim to make these measures mainstream urban...

  8. Tool
    06 July 2011

    OBIS Handbook- optimising bike-sharing in Europe

    3185 reads Bike-sharing schemes, once the domain of capitals and major cities, are becoming increasingly common in Europe's cities and towns. The experiences of bike-sharing schemes in ten European...

  9. Tool
    28 September 2011

    Integrating health and planning

    1331 reads The links between access to attractive and safe public spaces and mental and physical health are becoming ever more apparent. The lack of such spaces can compound the problems which come with...

  10. Tool
    20 August 2012

    Guidance on electric bicycles

    1776 reads Although electric bicycles are an increasingly common sight in European cities, the differences and added benefits compared to standard bicycles are not as well recognised. Bicycles assisted by...