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  1. Tool
    11 December 2012

    Pedestrian safety, urban design and health

    1768 reads Walking has great potential to contribute to sustainable urban development and should always be one of the central parts of urban transport policy. Making walking an attractive alternative to...

  2. Tool
    19 May 2011

    Developing local noise action plans

    1159 reads The Commission's Environmental Noise Directive, adopted in 2002, requires that authorities address noise issues by developing action plans to reduce noise pollution and maintain areas where...

  3. Tool
    06 October 2011

    Sustainable mobility campaigns for young people

    2015 reads Ensuring that children adopt sustainable mobility behaviour early will go a long way to resolving future challenges in a variety of policy areas, including transport, the environment and health....

  4. Tool
    02 February 2011

    Sustainable transport indicators

    1580 reads Selecting and using indicators to assess policies and measures against is a consistent problem for transport planners and decision-makers. While indicators related to areas such as road safety,...

  5. Tool
    14 March 2011

    Sustainable urban mobility planning guidelines

    1618 reads Sustainable urban mobility planning is a departure from the standard method of transport planning. It is based on the principles of sustainable development, orientated to achieving objectives-...

  6. Tool
    02 February 2011

    Campaigning for sustainable transport

    985 reads Communications campaigns are a vital tool in encouraging people to change the mobility behaviour and highlight the availability of new infrastructure and services. Evidence has shown that when...

  7. Tool
    13 September 2012

    Improving urban freight and logistics

    1491 reads Planning and managing a well-performing urban freight system that meets social, economic and environmental goals is a challenging task. Responsibility for managing this could be given to a person...

  8. Tool
    25 July 2012

    Developing streets for play

    1355 reads Fewer and fewer children now play on the streets outside their houses, partly due to increased traffic. As many communities lack safe areas for children to play, run and cycle, this is having a...

  9. Tool
    16 July 2012

    Marketing sustainable mobility

    5872 reads Successful sustainable mobility measures can only come about through reaching the people for whom they are designed. Communicating directly and indirectly with users also helps to demonstrate...

  10. Tool
    31 January 2012

    Cycle network design and promotion

    1425 reads Understanding how to develop an effective cycling network as well as knowing how to properly market cycling are two very important issues which complement one another. Poor promotion of good...