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  • 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: April 2009

    This training material raises awareness about how getting people to use sustainable forms of transport such as cycling, the bus or train are not only possible but crucial. To achieve this it is...

  • 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: October 2012

    The first eLearning module produced by the TROLLEY project, which teaches novices about the basics and benefits of trolleybuses, is...

  • Published: December 2002

    In this training material the special characteristics of freight transport in urban areas or municipal metropolitan areas are explained. As transport chains typically constitute both technically...

  • Published: April 2008

    This training material looks at the different approaches towards urban road safety from a traffic engineering perspective. Road safety activities are a combination of policy-making, road...

  • Published: April 2008

    The way in which urban road space is managed is key to influencing the way that people travel. There is a wealth of experience on innovative traffic management schemes that have rebalanced the use...

  • Published: December 2007

    The term ‘Traffic Management’ represents the process of adjusting or adapting the use of an existing road system to meet specified objectives without resorting to substantial new road construction...

  • Published: October 2007

    Land-use planning is key to the way we travel because it affects where the activities that we undertake are located and therefore how far, and in what ways, we travel between them. This material...

  • Published: October 2006

    Walking and cycling are emission-free modes of transport that do not need energy (except human power) and fuels. This means that walking and cycling are very compatible for urban mobility. Besides...