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New EC booklets - Urban mobility planning and policy - EU best practice for third countries

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: Monday, October 23, 2017 - 14:48

In recent years, there has been a growing interest from third countries to learn from European experience in the area of sustainable urban mobility.

In response to this, the European Commission's Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport – with the support of an external consultant – has just published two booklets in English with translations into Mandarin, French, Portuguese and Spanish.

The two booklets are: 

European Urban Mobility: Policy Context

This publication has been prepared principally for the benefit of cities and stakeholders in third countries. It provides an overview of EU urban mobility policy and expertise, with links to specific policy areas (energy, environment, climate change, employment and growth).

To read this booklet, click here.

Sustainable Urban Mobility: European Policy, Practice, and Solutions

This booklet addresses city stakeholders in third countries, who are directly or indirectly involved in urban mobility planning. It showcases relevant EU urban mobility know-how, in order to provide replicable solutions to urban mobility issues.

Click here to look through the booklet.

All the translations of the booklet can be found below.

In the near future, the booklets will also be made available here: ec.europa.eu.

 

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