Eltis Spotlight

Tackling urban road safety must be a key priority for the European Union and European countries over the next decade, according to the European Transport Safety Council, authors of a new report. In terms of improvements, Latvia, Greece, Portugal and Poland are the EU countries that made the most progress in reducing urban road deaths between 2010 and 2017.
The online feedback survey for the draft second edition of the European SUMP Guidelines is now closed. The draft Guidelines are still available to download but are now undergoing final review following feedback from stakeholders and practitioners.

This month features a selection of the latest mobility news, including the release of Commission guidance for European cycling projects.

15 Jul 2019 - Clean and energy-efficient vehicles
15 Jul 2019 - Autonomous and connected vehicles
11 Jul 2019 - Traffic and demand management
10 Jul 2019 - Clean and energy-efficient vehicles
08 Jul 2019 - Safety and urban mobility, Urban mobility planning, Walking and cycling

26 Aug 2019 to 30 Aug 2019
Are you a professional dealing with road safety and mobility issues? Do...
Mechelen, Belgium
04 Sep 2019 to 05 Sep 2019
Cenex-LCV is the UK's premier low carbon vehicle event incorporating four...
Bedford, United Kingdom
10 Sep 2019
Become a change agent and support the systemic shift to more cycling by...
Copenhagen, Denmark

Urban mobility planning
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Mobility management
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Urban mobility planning
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