Helsinki and Oslo recorded zero pedestrian and cyclist deaths last year, a milestone that was achieved following changes to traffic infrastructure. Norway achieved zero child road deaths for the first time, based on ages 0-15 years.
There is still significant political and social resistance to losing the space which is currently allocated to private cars. One strategy to overcome such reluctance can be to provide enhancements to public space which offers immediate public gains.
Mobility hubs are a new tool for the streetscape to do this. They not only help to provide convenient and connected access to a range of sustainable modes of transport alongside public transport, walking and cycling but can also reprogramme space away from private car parking and towards the good of the local community.
ReVeAL is a Civitas project that has requested feedback from any cities, technology and/or service suppliers or developers that could assist and enhance the implementation of urban vehicle access regulations (UVARs) today, or in the future.
Brussels, Belgium, 27 February 2020 - The finalists of the EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Awards, the Award for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP Award) and the first EU Urban Road Safety Award were revealed today.
The European Commission has just announced a €7 million action to help promote green, climate-neutral, sustainable growth in 100 smaller EU cities. The 100 Intelligent Cities Challenge (ICC) is part of many EU projects that will contribute to the European Green Deal, an economy fit for the digital age and for the people.
The path towards a barrier-free single European market requires particular attention to be paid to cross-border transport.The aim of the workshop is to provide a systematic analysis of what has already been done and what are the next priorities.