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  1. News
    15 July 2013

    Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link: longest combined rail and road tunnel

    1801 reads A fixed and direct link between Scandinavia and Central Europe has been an enduring vision for many decades. This vision is now about to be realised: an approximately 19 km wide link between...

  2. News
    01 October 2013

    International multi-modal journey planner in the making

    1818 reads The European Integra initiative sets out to make multi-modal easier for international travelers. It is designed to be a common international multi-modal transport brand –with a key component...

  3. News
    17 October 2013

    SUPERHUB app to integrate urban mobility options tested in European cities

    874 reads The SUPERHUB Project is testing an app for an integrated journey planner based on its research in Milan (Italy), Barcelona (Spain) and Helsinki (Finland). The trials took place in all three cities...

  4. News
    11 November 2013

    Linking carpooling with public transport in Val de Saône (France)

    441 reads A new scheme serving villages north of the city of Lyon will help people to access public transport through carpooling. Carpooling is a popular method of reducing the number of vehicles on the...

  5. News
    15 November 2013

    Danish cities connect cyclists to public transport with smart technology (Denmark)

    1065 reads Copenhagen and Frederiksberg, both in the Danish Capital Region, are making it easier to combine cycling and train travel through bicycles fitted with Android tablets. The cities of Copenhagen...

  6. News
    04 December 2013

    Athens public transport to be modernised with EC investment (Greece)

    704 reads Integrated electronic ticketing across all forms of public transport will be one of the aims of the project. The European Commission has approved an investment of almost €30 million from the...

  7. News
    19 February 2014

    National multimodal travel calculator planned for 2015 in France

    1032 reads A new government project will develop a tool enabling users to plan journeys across France using multiple modes of transport. Journeys across France using public transport, cycling, walking,...

  8. News
    17 April 2014

    Berlin releases sustainable travel guide (Germany)

    1247 reads A new guide giving advice on how to travel in central Berlin by public transport, bicycle, or on foot, as well as information on the development of sustainable mobility in the city, has been...

  9. News
    23 April 2014

    Dutch researchers develop new model for linking transport hubs

    1357 reads Scientists from Delft and Eindhoven universities in The Netherlands have formulated an intermodal Super Network Model that could vastly increase the number of users at park-and-ride facilities....

  10. News
    01 July 2014

    Push for better European all-in-one journey planners

    1149 reads The European Commission is boosting efforts to develop online journey planners that involve several means of transport and that can plan routes over the borders of Member States – with a...