As active travel becomes more popular in Europe, the way in which urban spaces are being used is changing. Safety and urban mobility includes the ways in which practitioners seek to ensure the safety of all road and public space users – incorporating all modes of urban travel.
Safety and urban mobility
Greater Grenoble Area Mobility Authority convinces SUMP Award Jury with inclusive transport and decarbonisation efforts
In order to win the 9th Award for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP Award), the Greater Grenoble Area Mobility Authority (SMMAG) presented an extraordinary case, by combining strong ambitions with a detailed action plan until 2030. The 9th SUMP Award, that focused on the theme of ‘zero emission mobility for all’, was given to the Grenoble-Alpes Metropolitan Area, as it highlighted ambitious aims, including plans to significantly reduce the pollution derived from transport.
Australia works on the safety and legalisation of personal mobility devicesSubmitted by hubert on 06 May 2021
Thessaloniki is to regenerate its Hippocratic Hospital areaSubmitted by Sofia Pechin on 26 Apr 2021
Road Safety NGO welcomes installation of speed cameras in MaltaSubmitted by Claus Köllinger on 26 Apr 2021
Findings from the EU Road Safety Results ConferenceSubmitted by Conall Martin on 20 Apr 2021
European Road Safety Summer School
The European Road Safety Summer School will return in July, where mobility experts will gather to discuss the future of road safety. This year, due to Covid-19, the Summer School will be held online.
The summer school is an opportunity to learn about an integrated approach to road safety, based on good practice examples from European countries. Themes and topics include, and more: