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  • Published: September 2010

    Ensuring that children adopt sustainable mobility behaviour early will go a long way to resolving future challenges in a variety of policy areas, including transport, the environment and health....

  • Published: June 2010

    The NICHES+ project developed twelve practitioner manuals innovative measures for making urban transport more efficient and sustainable. The manuals aim to make these measures mainstream urban...

  • Published: April 2010

    This note was requested by the European Parliament's Committee on Transport and Tourism for EU Members to provide an overview of the concept of Sustainable Urban Transport Plans (SUTPs) by tying...

  • Published: March 2010

    Fewer and fewer children now play on the streets outside their houses, partly due to increased traffic. As many communities lack safe areas for children to play, run and cycle, this is having a...

  • Published: March 2010

    This document is intended for traffic managers, transport planners, urban planners and decision-makers in local and regional authorities, and will raise awareness for the potential of co-operative...

  • Published: February 2010

    Combining adequate and safe cycling infrastructure with infrastructure for other road users can be a challenging task. Approaches must be appropriate to the particular situation, rather than using...

  • Published: February 2010

    The PRESTO project has produced four guides on general cycling policy, infrastructure, promotion and electric cycling. Transport decision-makers and practitioners can use these to get a detailed...

  • Published: February 2010

    There are a number of measures that cities can employ to raise the profile of cycling and contribute to the required shift to wider use of cycling. These include 'soft' measures including...

  • Published: January 2010

    In order to increase utilisation of public transport, it is important to properly market public transport services to inform members of the public about the benefits to themselves and their...

  • Published: November 2009

    The Falköping Model enables users to estimate market demand for biomethane in a region from evolving gas vehicle fleets, and estimate supply capabilities from a range of production and...