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  1. Video
    26 August 2015

    Brest renews its SUMP as part of a master plan (France)

    3566 reads Brest is the most westerly town in France and the second-largest urban centre in Brittany, with a population of 215 000. In 2010 the city decided to develop a comprehensive master plan to reduce...

  2. EMU article
    25 August 2015

    Paris COP21 – the transport sector’s role in helping combat climate change

    This December government representatives from around the world will meet in Paris for the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC. Known as COP21, the conference is crucial to finally...

  3. Photo
    18 August 2015

    Car-pooling stop with passenger in Lyon

    1447 reads Carlos Corao Collective passenger transport Image copyright: Carlos Corao  -, licensed under CC BY 2.0 France Lyon ...

  4. Photo
    18 August 2015

    Car-pooling stop in Lyon

    1606 reads Carlos Corao Collective passenger transport Image copyright: Carlos Corao  -, licensed under CC BY 2.0 France Lyon ...

  5. Video
    11 August 2015

    Stop-Covoiturage: making daily travel in the Saône valley easier (France)

    2836 reads The Stop-Covoiturage project, introduced in 2013 by the Saône Mont d'Or territory, north of Lyon in France, is an innovative transport scheme that combines hitchhiking and carpooling. The...

  6. News
    05 August 2015

    Toulouse to open third metro line in 2024 (France)

    1709 reads The southern French city of Toulouse is set to open its third metro line in a € 1.7bn project that will carry a potential 200 000 passengers a day. The new line, which is expected to be 20-25km...

  7. News
    03 August 2015

    France to reduce VAT on public transport

    2569 reads The French government is considering almost halving the amount of VAT on public transport, a recent newspaper report claims. French financial daily newspaper Les Échos says that draft legislation...

  8. News
    27 July 2015

    Redevelopment plans for Paris Gare du Nord unveiled (France)

    2258 reads New plans for the redevelopment of Paris Gare du Nord, Europe's busiest train station, have been unveiled. The redevelopment will take place in two phases, lasting until 2023. The first...

  9. Case study
    21 July 2015
  10. News
    26 June 2015

    France tackles air quality through urban mobility

    2327 reads France has launched a new scheme to improve urban air quality. With a major focus on mobility, the scheme supports French local authorities with funding and tools over five years to develop...