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Turku already has an extensive cycling network, and its further development is overwhelmingly supported by the general public.

Author: Juha Pulmuranta
Posted on: 19/Jan/2018
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CIVITAS PROSPERITY’s approach is to focus its support on connecting, rather than collecting.

Author: Fred DOTTER
Posted on: 11/Jan/2018
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The vehicles will be 12 metres long and able to hold 91 passengers, as well as being fully adapted for use by people with reduced mobility.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 08/Jan/2018
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The event in Zagreb gathered 40 people from a variety of professional backgrounds, including local government, civil society, public institutions, business, and the media.

Author: Anna Ruban
Posted on: 03/Jan/2018
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On 7 December, a protocol was signed between the Madeira Regional Government and other regional organisations that will bring the Portuguese-made electric CaetanoBus to the roads of the Madeira tow...

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 20/Dec/2017
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Over the course of the year, just under 50 towns and cities committed to introducing ambitious clean urban transport strategies.

Author: Anna Ruban
Posted on: 19/Dec/2017
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On the first day, after an introduction from Dejan Crnek, Deputy Mayor of the City of Ljubljana, participants heard about the activities that Ljubljana engaged in as European Green Capital 2016, as...

Author: Anna Ruban
Posted on: 18/Dec/2017
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In some parts of the European Union, Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning and Plans (SUMPs) remain rare.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 15/Dec/2017
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At the 97th Transport Research Board Annual Meeting, the European Commission Directorate General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) and the US Department of Transportation are organisi...

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 14/Dec/2017
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The Economy and Finance Department will receive 22 passenger cars and four vans. The vehicles will be used for general travel and municipal business.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 12/Dec/2017
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