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  • Published: December 2008

    A number of factsheets have been produced by the Momo Car-sharing project about...

  • Published: May 2008

    The Commission's Environmental Noise Directive, adopted in 2002, requires that authorities address noise issues by developing action plans to reduce noise pollution and maintain areas where noise...

  • Published: March 2008

    Selecting and using indicators to assess policies and measures against is a consistent problem for transport planners and decision-makers. While indicators related to areas such as road safety,...

  • Published: March 2007

    During much of the 20th century, urban planning in Europe's cities and towns tended to prioritise space for cars over pedestrians, cyclists or public transport users. Inclusive street design can...

  • Guidance on transport assessment
    Published: March 2007

    The UK Department for Transport produced guidance for local authorities and developers on making transport assessments. A transport assessment is a comprehensive and systematic process that sets...

  • Published: January 2007

    Best practice in urban freight is typically happening in European capitals and large cities. However, small and medium-sized cities still need help and advice to understand how they can transfer...

  • Published: January 2007

    Cycling is an activity which many people can incorporate into their daily routines, such as by cycling to work. This has a number of advantages, including improved health for the cyclist, and...

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    Published: August 2005

    The purpose of the CCAP Transportation Emissions Guidebook is to provide basic ‘rules of thumb’ to calculate emissions reductions from the implementation of specific transportation and land-use...

  • Published: May 2005

    Communications campaigns are a vital tool in encouraging people to change the mobility behaviour and highlight the availability of new infrastructure and services. Evidence has shown that when...

  • Published: January 2004

    Developing sustainable transport solutions, whether involving new infrastructure, services, or communications activities, requires the involvement and engagement of relevant stakeholders to ensure...