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  1. Case study
    24 June 2020
  2. Event
    17 September 2019

    Future of Transport- how do we deal with it?

    Are you a transport professional who is interested in understanding how best to deal with the fast-changing urban transport landscape while ensuring the shift towards zero-carbon urban mobility? Then this...

  3. News
    17 September 2019

    Bucharest plans to restrict most polluting cars in 2020

    2238 reads The Mayor of Bucharest, Gabriela Firea, has announced a project which plans to severely restrict access to central Bucharest for polluting cars. The project plans to introduce a tax on cars...

  4. Event
    26 May 2020

    ReVeAL Webinar: Revealing Space for People

    26 May 2020 at 17:00 CEST. This webinar will look at developing good practice in urban vehicle access regulations. ...

  5. Event
    15 October 2020

    Workshop to review UVAR Topic Guide with focus on Central Europe

    15 October 2020 at 10:00 CET. Workshop on the challenges of establishing UVARs in Central Europe. ...

  6. Event
    27 October 2020

    Mobilising Mobility Webinar: Regulating access to cities

    27 October 2020 at 14:00 CET. Webinar on how European cities are implementing UVARs. ...

  7. Case study
    17 May 2021
  8. News
    26 September 2022

    The city of Sofia is to introduce a Low Emissions Zone

    The capital city of Bulgaria, Sofia, will become the second city in the country to introduce a Low Emissions Zone to tackle air pollution. ...

  9. News
    12 January 2023

    The Chain Bridge in Budapest reopens only to public transport, bikes and taxis

    The Chain Bridge in Budapest is now open only to public transport, bikes and taxis, and it will be to pedestrians in 2023. ...

  10. News
    28 February 2018

    Germany's Supreme Administrative Court to permit Urban Vehicle Access Restrictions (UVARs) on diesel vehicles

    3185 reads Germany’s Supreme Administrative Court has decided that restrictions- even stretching to bans on diesel cars in German cities are generally permissible. The background of the lawsuit relates to a...