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  1. Tool
    30 March 2015

    ISEMOA Quality Management System for accessibility

    3879 reads A large category of people face challenges in using public transport or moving around cities. This includes not only people with long-term or permanent disabilities, but also the elderly, people...

  2. Event
    06 March 2015

    Public Hearing on the White Paper on Transport

    2734 reads Language English Where do we stand? English The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) invites delegates to participate in a hearing to express views about the mid-term review of the...

  3. Tool
    19 February 2015

    ADVANCE guidelines- auditing sustainable urban mobility plans

    The ADVANCE project has developed guidelines and a questionnaire that cities can use to measure the performance of their SUMP. The guidelines show how the assessment process works at each step and includes...

  4. Event
    10 February 2015

    Winter Cycling Congress 2015

    2240 reads Language English The Winter Cycling Congress 2015 Leeuwarden is about uniting communities of all climates, sizes and levels of bicycle development who share the ambition to make two-wheeled...

  5. Tool
    08 January 2014

    Promoting and enhancing urban sustainability

    2069 reads The Reference Framework for European Sustainable Cities (RFSC) is an online toolkit designed to help cities promote and enhance their work on integrated sustainable urban development. With...

  6. Tool
    06 March 2013

    Promoting workplace sustainable mobility through labelling

    1572 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...

  7. Tool
    01 January 2013

    EcoMobility SHIFT- assessing urban transport performance

    13243 reads Measuring the performance of an urban transport system is important for establishing measures and policies for improving its quality. This is particularly important in terms of improving the...

  8. Tool
    20 June 2012

    Good practice for improving accessibility

    2565 reads More than half the population of older people in Europe lives in urban areas, so it is becoming increasingly important for urban transport systems to be accessible. However, good practice in the...

  9. Tool
    28 September 2011

    ISEMOA guidance for improving accessibility

    2246 reads People with reduced mobility such as those with permanent or temporary disabilities, the elderly and parents with small children often depend on cars for their daily mobility due to the barriers...

  10. Tool
    08 September 2011

    Guidance on walking audits

    2327 reads Walking audits are a good way to raise awareness of the importance of walking and to identify and solve specific problems in the pedestrian environment. On a walking audit, key stakeholders and...