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Bruges is ambitious. Although it is already an established cycling city with a high modal share of 42 per cent, it aspires to become Belgium’s leading cycling city. CIVITAS Handshake is helping it...

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 07/Apr/2020

Through CIVITAS PORTIS, five European port cities are innovating and implementing solutions to drive a shift towards sustainable mobility and away from private car usage.

Author: Adrienne Kotler
Posted on: 07/Apr/2020

A forthcoming series of webinars from CIVITAS PORTIS will look at how to achieve mobility behaviour change. The first of these will take place on 30 April.

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Posted on: 06/Apr/2020

Adopting a cooperative regional approach to mobility planning has multiple benefits for both individual cities and the region as a whole.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 03/Apr/2020

As a result of COVID-19, we face extremely challenging situations in Europe and beyond. As the pandemic unfolds, local and regional governments are assuming a strong role in safeguarding the health...

Author: Robert Morrow
Posted on: 03/Apr/2020

A new online portal launched in Stockolm (Sweden) is giving citizens information on mobility services, car sharing and ridesharing. It has been created as part of CIVITAS ECCENTRIC.

Author: Esther Kreutz
Posted on: 30/Mar/2020

What followed were three days of vigorous debate, deliberation and exchange among the project’s six local authority and ten technical partners.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 27/Mar/2020

Despite research demonstrating that good parking management is beneficial to delivering sustainable urban mobility, it is still one of the most underdeveloped parts of many SUMPs and related polici...

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Posted on: 25/Mar/2020

With support from CIVITAS DESTINATIONS, cities like Funchal and Rethymno are ensuring that public transportation and cycling support transitions to increasingly car-free lifestyles.

Author: Adrienne Kotler
Posted on: 25/Mar/2020

The Stockholm Declaration includes 18 resolutions that strive to halve the number of traffic deaths by 2030, and to link road safety to sustainable development.

Author: Adrienne Kotler
Posted on: 24/Mar/2020

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