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
European Road Safety Charter announce 2021 awards finalistsSubmitted by Lindsay Teale on 03 Nov 2021
WHO Decade of Action for Road SafetySubmitted by Conall Martin on 29 Oct 2021
Bicycle and ITS: Using Smart Cameras to increase bicycle safetySubmitted by Ronald Jorna on 26 Oct 2021
European Parliament issues wake-up call on road safetySubmitted by Hannah Figg on 06 Oct 2021
Call for applications for the European Commission's Sustainable Urban Mobility AwardsSubmitted by Hannah Figg on 06 Oct 2021
A great success for ROADPOL Safety Days 2021Submitted by dana.agrotti on 04 Oct 2021
The benefits and challenges of micro-mobilitySubmitted by hubert on 01 Oct 2021
The term micro-mobility is starting to become common in urban transport. Many believe that it is the next step to transforming the transport sector. In fact, the global micro-mobility market is expected to reach US$ 195.42 billion by 2030.
CIVITAS Forum Conference 2021
The CIVITAS Forum is a bi-annual event hosted by the CIVITAS Initiative that celebrates, promotes and encourages sustainable cities and sustainable urban mobility advancement across Europe.
Hosted this year in Aachen, Germany, the conference will be guided by the central theme 'Smart routes towards climate-neutral cities'.
The CIVITAS Forum 2021 will take place on 20-21 October 2021. It is a hybrid conference, with participants joining on-site in Aachen (Germany) and online.
Design Thinking for Women in Urban Mobility
Women in Urban Mobility is a joint project of UnternehmerTUM Munich, Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya, Carnet Barcelona, and Junior Achievement Bulgaria, funded by EIT Urban Mobility.
Our vision is to create a unique network of urban mobility experts across Europe and raise awareness for female perspectives and gender equality in the urban mobility sector.