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Co-developed by local authorities, citizens, mobility providers and academics during several rounds of co-creation and prototyping, it will help fulfil various urban mobility objectives.

Author: Cities-4-People POTM
Posted on: 27/Jun/2019
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Unattractive and poor services, which are also caused by low operator expectations of fleets and service standards, mean that public transport is rarely associated with high quality. Sadly, this le...

Author: András Ekés
Posted on: 26/Jun/2019
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Mobility Urban Values (MUV), an ongoing CIVITAS project focused on sustainable neighbourhood mobility planning, is helping to measure and understand the efficiency of local public transport service...

Author: Foued Melakessou
Posted on: 26/Jun/2019
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The transport network of the Aberdeen City Region (ACR) is in a period of transformational change, underpinned by significant investment at local, regional and national levels. Its involvement in C...

Author: Amye Robinson
Posted on: 25/Jun/2019
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This includes a first list of key safety performance indicators (KPIs), elaborated in close cooperation with Member States, that will be monitored across the EU to underpin its target of 50 per cen...

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 20/Jun/2019
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The tenth CiViNET Spain and Portugal Forum was held in Ávila (Spain) on 9-10 May under the theme “People on the move, cities changing: accessibility, mobility and transport in the urban environment...

Author: María Eugenia López-Lambas
Posted on: 19/Jun/2019
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In Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain), a new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service called MetroGuagua is under construction. This combines the benefits of light trains (capacity and speed) with those of...

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Posted on: 12/Jun/2019
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The neighbourhood, which serves as the city's Living Lab in the CIVITAS ECCENTRIC project, serves as one of the main transport corridors to the city centre and experiences high volumes of traffic....

Author: Penka Vasileva
Posted on: 10/Jun/2019
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Over three days in early April, the cities of Turku (Finland), Bristol (UK) and Murcia (Spain) and experts from ICLEI's EcoMobility team visited Cologne to see how that is being achieved.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 03/Jun/2019
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