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  • Published: October 2014

    The European Commission has made a wide-ranging database of tools and resources on road safety under the European Road Safety Observatory. The database includes a comprehensive overview of...

  • Published: October 2014

    The Transport Research Centre Verne at Finland's Tampere University of Technology has gathered new information about the promotion of...

  • Published: October 2014

    Buses are the backbone of many European public transport systems and an important part of the municipality public transport fleet in majority of the EU Member States.

    This policy note...

  • Published: October 2014

    Fiscal incentives can be an important tool in encouraging the transition from the private car to more sustainable modes such as cycling or public transport. However, it is important to understand...

  • Published: September 2014

    This CIVITAS Policy Note focuses on the topic of gender-sensitive mobility planning. In both the international body of literature and transport planning, the gender dimension in mobility patterns...

  • Published: September 2014

    The 10 TIDE Guidelines for implementers address the full implementation process of two out of the three innovative measures per cluster. Concrete items such as preparation, actual implementation...

  • Published: July 2014

    Low Emission Zones (LEZs) have clear benefits in reducing air pollution in urban areas, and are being successfully implemented in cities across Europe. However, the practicalities of implementing...

  • Published: May 2014

    The EPTA Project Position Paper is designed to assist rural areas and small to medium-sized cities who want to develop Public Transport Authorities (PTAs), with the goal of increasing the...

  • Published: May 2014

    This publication offers suggestions for promoting the use of walking, cycling and public transport, based on what has already been accomplished in European cities over the past decade. The...

  • Published: April 2014

    Well-designed infrastructure can increase the attractiveness of cycling, as cyclists and would-be cyclists recognise that environments have been made safer and more pleasant to travel in....