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  • CNG buses in Bratislava. the capital city of Slovakia

    18 Feb 2008
    Martina Slezackova

    The Public Transport Company Bratislava, a. s., currently operates 162 CNG buses. Public transport company purchased 22 new CNG buses type SOLARIS...

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    The Public Transport Company Bratislava, a. s., currently operates 162 CNG buses. Public transport company purchased 22 new CNG buses type SOLARIS...

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  • Edinburgh's successful Park-and-ride initiative (UK)

    11 Feb 2008

    Like many 21st century cities Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital, has growing inner-city traffic congestion problems. Through its transport policy, the City of Edinburgh Council has...

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  • Park-and-ride in Groningen (Netherlands)

    05 Feb 2008
    Jaap Valkema

    Groningen is a compact city with limited space. Consequently its centre neither offers the space nor the capacity to meet the demand for parking...

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    Groningen is a compact city with limited space. Consequently its centre neither offers the space nor the capacity to meet the demand for parking...

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  • Ginger - Pozna? local transport timetable via the cell phone

    15 Jan 2008
    Michał Beim

    Free mobile application allows free access to timetable information in Pozna?, Poland.

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    Free mobile application allows free access to timetable information in Pozna?, Poland.

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  • Controlled vehicle access in Valletta (Malta)

    05 Nov 2007

    To improve accessibility, combat increasing congestion and protect the heritage of the capital city, Valletta, the Maltese Government has...

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    To improve accessibility, combat increasing congestion and protect the heritage of the capital city, Valletta, the Maltese Government has...

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  • Evaluation of Home Zones in Scotland. UK

    24 Sep 2007

    Based on Dutch ‘Woonerf’ principles, the concept of Home Zones was officially launched in Scotland in 1999. Soon after, the Scotish Government...

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    Based on Dutch ‘Woonerf’ principles, the concept of Home Zones was officially launched in Scotland in 1999. Soon after, the Scotish Government...

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  • Delivering goods by cargo tram in Amsterdam (Netherlands)

    19 Sep 2007
    Cosimo Chiffi

    From 7-31 March 2007, CityCargo Amsterdam held a pilot project using two cargo trams to distribute goods in the city centre of Amsterdam. The...

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    From 7-31 March 2007, CityCargo Amsterdam held a pilot project using two cargo trams to distribute goods in the city centre of Amsterdam. The...

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  • Incentivising the use of eco-cars in London (UK)

    23 Aug 2007
    Westminster City Council

    Westminster City Council promotes switching from petrol and diesel vehicles to electric vehicles to improve air quality in Westminster. Besides...

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    Westminster City Council promotes switching from petrol and diesel vehicles to electric vehicles to improve air quality in Westminster. Besides...

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  • Installing on-street EV recharging points in London (UK)

    03 Aug 2007
    Westminster City Council

    London's Westminster City Council promotes switching from petrol and diesel vehicles to electric vehicles to improve air quality in the borough. The main objective of this pilot project is to...

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