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  • Published: January 2013

    Although the concept of sustainable urban mobility planning is now mainstream in European cities, a number of common challenges remain. An awareness of these challenges is required so that they...

  • Published: January 2013

    The ongoing evaluation of urban mobility measures during their implementation can help to improve them. It can also ensure that the results of the measure are as intended and reduce the likelihood...

  • Published: November 2012

    This factsheet has been produced to provide information on the effectiveness of slow zones in reducing casualties and deaths, as well as their general characteristics and their impacts on traffic...

  • Published: November 2012

    For city authority mobility professionals, this CIVITAS handbook provides numerous examples of successful mobility measures that, embedded in urban mobility policies, add substance to the...

  • Published: August 2012

    Walking has great potential to contribute to sustainable urban development and should always be one of the central parts of urban transport policy. Making walking an attractive alternative to...

  • Published: July 2012

    This handbook offers an introduction to electric bicycles, outlining their potential for society and for individual owners. It makes reference to the state of the electric bicycle market, the...

  • Published: July 2012

    Walking audits are a good way to raise awareness of the importance of walking and to identify and solve specific problems in the pedestrian environment. On a walking audit, key stakeholders and...

  • Published: June 2012

    Travel plans can be thought of as packages of measures which promote cleaner and greener travel choices and reduce reliance on private cars. Travel plans are tailored to the needs of individual...

  • Published: May 2012

    Planning and managing a well-performing urban freight system that meets social, economic and environmental goals is a challenging task. Responsibility for managing this could be given to a person...

  • Published: May 2012

    Experience shows that investing in cycling significantly improves public health, resulting in lower health care costs and reduced emissions. Making cycling a priority is a forward-looking, win-win...