Traffic and demand management refers to measures such as parking management, reallocating urban space in favour of sustainable modes of transport (including shared space), access controls, road pricing, and traffic signal control strategies.
In August 2020, the Global Designing Cities Initiative released its “Designing Streets for Kids” guidance as a supplement of NACTO’s Global Street Design Guide. The guidance aims to create welcoming and safe streets for children and their families and caretakers. Here are 10 actions from the guidance that help to put children at the heart of street design:
This webinar from the CIVITAS DESTINATIONS project presents the main components of the knowledge-based CELSO system.
CELSO helps operators adapt collective passenger transport services according to demand. It achieves by monitoring and evaluating the relevant services via an app (both for drivers and users) and a web-based programme.
Join on Wednesday 17 June, 10:30-11:30 CEST, to hear about CELSO's successful pilot in CIVITAS DESTINATIONS.
On 01 June 2018, an Urban Planning Workshop was held in Riga. The goal of the Urban Planning Workshop was to bring together the minds and the diverse experiences of urban planners, residents of the specific neighbourhood, businesses operating in the area, and other stakeholders with an interest in developing the area.
German researchers from HLRS (High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart), Fraunhofer Institute, the University of Stuttgart, and Kommunikationsbüro Ulmer, employed supercomputing and Virtual Reality to develop models of urban environments, to support city planning and traffic management.
This webinar is a part of a series being run for the LOW-CARB Follower City Programme which provides a structured schedule of training, pilot launches, and webinars to help boost cities’ awareness, knowledge, and expertise of low carbon mobility.