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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

These internal independent external experts may assist in a wide array of activities, such as evaluation of innovation proposals, monitoring activities, and policy and strategy development.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 24/Mar/2020

From 29 September to 1 October 2020 in Brussels,  the Urban Mobility Days (UMD) will place clean and sustainable transport in the limelight like no event before.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 17/Mar/2020

Throughout all stages, from pregnancy and infancy to finally doing the school run, family bicycles are a safe, healthy and inexpensive alternative to the car for transporting not only your children...

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 13/Mar/2020

There is now good news to report from the project's pilot site in Bremen (Germany), where excessive car-parking has been affecting people’s mobility.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 12/Mar/2020

These regulations will allow cities to optimise urban space and transport network usage, resulting in less noise, fewer emissions and improved accessibility and quality of life.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 12/Mar/2020

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