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Indeed, the safety, quality of our experience, and connections between how we move, and the character of our environment all contribute to the very personal and local nature of mobility.

Author: Laura Schubert
Posted on: 26/Feb/2021

A new Topic Guide introduces the concept of resilience in urban mobility and presents the importance of integrating it into the SUMP process.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 25/Feb/2021

Used for a multitude of purposes, this sustainable mode of transportation is also being harnessed by delivery companies in several cities across Europe.

Author: Laura Schubert
Posted on: 24/Feb/2021

The focus of “Parking Standards as a steering instrument in urban and mobility planning” is how parking standards can be integrated as parking requirements for new developments.

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Posted on: 23/Feb/2021

The City of Turin received funding of €4.9 million to implement new cycling infrastructure. Thanks to these investments, Turin is developing cycling solutions to be implemented within twenty-two mo...

Author: Laura Schubert
Posted on: 19/Feb/2021

The newest CIVITAS project, RECIPROCITY, or ‘Replication of innovative concepts for peri-urban, rural or inner-city mobility’, is helping cities transform into climate-reliant and connected multimo...

Author: Laura Schubert
Posted on: 15/Feb/2021

CIVITAS involvement has inspired numerous cities to change their mobility systems and the way that people move in and around them.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 15/Feb/2021

Törökör is situated in Zugló, one of the 23 districts of Budapest (Hungary). In this neighbourhood, there are several mobility challenges affecting all residents including vulnerable people with ph...

Author: Laura Schubert
Posted on: 04/Feb/2021

The neighborhood of Baka, located in the south of Jerusalem, is experimenting with new participatory methods. Citizens are being involved in the co-creation of measures that will mitigate the most...

Author: Laura Schubert
Posted on: 29/Jan/2021

The neighborhood of Baka, located in the south of Jerusalem, is experimenting with new participatory methods. Citizens are being involved in the co-creation of measures that will mitigate the most...

Author: Laura Schubert
Posted on: 29/Jan/2021

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