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  • Published: October 2006

    The role of telematics in transport is already vast and growing exponentially. These training materials provide a detailed grounding in the use of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) in...

  • Published: October 2006

    The availability and cost of parking is an important determinant of whether or not people choose to drive to a particular destination, and also whether they choose to own a car at all. Local...

  • Published: December 2005

    Fundamentals on transport and energy is a general introduction to the topic of mobility behaviour, conditions framework and the impacts of transport.

    The training material gives an...

  • Published: December 2005

    The amount of energy used in transport is influenced by several factors: land use regulation; mobility management/modal split; efficiency of means of transport; and the energy consumption of...

  • Published: December 2005

    A modern and high-quality public transport is the backbone of urban transport. Against the door-to-door trip by private car, a more sustainable model of public transport should offer passengers...

  • Published: December 2005

    The topic of change management deals with anticipating changes in values, needs, leadership and programs, but it also offers tools to control changes to one's benefit.

    The underlying...

  • Published: September 2005

    Ecodriving is a smart way of driving, which contributes to the reduction of fuel consumption, emission of green house gases and accident rates. Ecodriving is an adapted driving style which best...

  • Published: August 2005

    Over the last 15-20 years petrol and diesel vehicles have become far cleaner in terms of their ‘air quality’ emissions (i.e. pollutants that affect human health). There have also been some...

  • 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...

  • Parking space management (e.g. limited and paid parking in public spaces or in companies) are suitable measures to influence travel behaviour and to shift car trips to more sustainable modes of...