• Nicosia has finished the revamp of one of its busiest streets

    03 Aug 2021
    Safety and urban mobility

    The city of Nicosia has completed the rehabilitation of Kyriacou Matsi avenue, one of the most important and busiest streets in the Cypriot capital. Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos and Nicosia’s Mayor,...

  • New European Bauhaus Call for Partnerships

    02 Aug 2021
    Public and stakeholder involvement
    The New European Bauhaus will open the Call for Partnerships in September 2021, with a particular opportunity for organisations involved in active mobility.
  • Oslo adopts restrictions on e-scooters

    02 Aug 2021
    Safety and urban mobility

    In July 2021, Oslo City Council adopted new regulations that put several restrictions on e-scooters. The aim of the measures in the Norwegian capital is to reduce the number of accidents and the nuisance that e-scooters cause for some, in particular to...

  • Public transport for one euro per day, is it possible in Germany

    30 Jul 2021
    Collective passenger transport
    An increasing number of German cities and regions are considering the introduction of the so-called ‘365-euro ticket’ for local public transport.
  • Bologna is to install children’s streets outside the city centre

    29 Jul 2021
    Urban mobility planning
    The Italian city of Bologna is about to start an urban mobility revolution project called Plan for Emergency Pedestrianism.
  • New app maps accessibility of urban public spaces in Ukraine

    29 Jul 2021
    Transport for people with reduced mobility
    A mobile and desktop application by Dostupno.UA provides accessibility information for public locations in Ukraine. It covers the differing needs of a range of groups with specific accessibility...