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  • Published: April 2008

    Cycling is often the key element of successfully encouraging clean urban transport. Cycling is emission-free and doesn’t need energy (except human power) and fuels. This means that cycling is very...

  • Published: April 2008

    In order for people with reduced mobility to travel around easily and safely in an inclusive manner, it is essential that all of the links in the transport chain are barrier-free. This training...

  • Published: April 2008

    In this training material background information is given on the cycling history in Budapest, how cycling in the city has grown into a critical mass and what influence this can have on cycling...

  • Published: December 2007

    Quality and benchmarking in public transport are both management methods. Although they are common in the industrial field and used for a long time, they are not much known in the public transport...

  • Published: December 2007

    Safety can be defined as freedom from injury or risk. It relates to the safety experienced in the transport process (absence of conflicts and accidents in traffic). Thus, traffic safety implies...

  • Published: December 2007

    Non-motorised transport includes walking, cycling, small-wheeled transport (skates, skateboards, push scooters and hand carts) and wheelchair travel. These modes provide both recreation (they are...

  • Published: December 2007

    The topic 'Regulatory framework of public transport' contains legal as well as organisational aspects. In recent years the frameworks have undergone significant changes due to the shift in...

  • Published: December 2007

    Transport Planning and Land-use is rather complex since it covers various aspects related to it. The two main aspects are the general spatial and land-use patterns that have an impact on transport...

  • Published: December 2007

    The increasing complexity of mobility not only in urban areas but also in long-distance journeys results in widespread congestion, economic and environmental problems.

    Against the door-to-...

  • Published: December 2007

    This training material focuses on the relationship between local and regional urban transport, energy consumption and related environmental impacts. The material focuses especially on ...