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Wiener Linien researches parcel delivery service involving public transport users

Eltis - Mar, 29/08/2023 - 08:40
Vienna’s public transport provider, Wiener Linien, is looking into options to move parcels from one stop to another with the help of its passengers, as a response to the growing volume of parcels that need to be delivered. Language English

Imperial College Study concludes that low emission zones deliver health benefits

Eltis - Ven, 25/08/2023 - 07:56
Researchers from Imperial College London analysed studies observing health impacts as a result of low emission zones and found significant health benefits for major non-communicable diseases such as heart problems or stroke. Language English

Cyprus introduces inaugural fleet of electric buses

Eltis - Gio, 24/08/2023 - 08:00
Cyprus Public Transport recently introduced its inaugural fleet of electric buses, with the primary objective to bolster the drive for environmentally sustainable and ecologically friendly public transportation options. Language English

Making sustainable mobility work for everyone

Eltis - Mar, 22/08/2023 - 08:00

Our ability (and inability) to travel plays a crucial role in how we lead our daily lives. In our journey towards employing more sustainable modes of transport, no one should be relegated to the sidelines.

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Alicante City Council launches free bus services for people under 31 years

Eltis - Lun, 21/08/2023 - 08:00
In a bid to support families grappling with economic challenges, inflation, and rising costs, Alicante City Council has introduced a series of measures aimed at easing transportation burdens for residents. Language English

Berlin listed as Europe’s smartest city thanks to MaaS app

Eltis - Ven, 18/08/2023 - 08:34
Berlin is named as the leading smart city in Berlin by Juniper Research thanks to its efforts in the areas of transport and renewable energy. Language English

Steps for a successful car-free day

Eltis - Gio, 17/08/2023 - 09:00

To support cities and regions in developing and implementing a successful car-free day, EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK published guidance for practitioners.

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The city of Cuneo launches a bike station

Eltis - Mar, 15/08/2023 - 08:44
On 4 July, the Italian city of Cuneo inaugurated a new bike station, equipped with 50 safe and secure parking spots for bicycles and also offering free e-bike charging. Language English

New data shows impact of rental e-scooters on urban mobility

Eltis - Lun, 14/08/2023 - 09:37
Recent data released by Transport for London revealed that 6.5% of trips using the city's rental e-scooters replaced a journey that would otherwise have been taken in a car. Language English

Malta promotes participation in EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK 2023 by offering a grant scheme

Eltis - Ven, 11/08/2023 - 08:00
Malta opens two competitions to support local council and NGOs in tackling congestion, air pollution and lack of accessibility, by working for pedestrian and cycling schemes in the line of the 2023 European Mobility Week. Language English

Transforming Urban Logistics and Mobility: Exploring the Journeys of the ULaaDS Satellite Cities

Eltis - Mer, 09/08/2023 - 08:00

The ULaaDS project has just published a new collaborative insight report in which four ULaaDS satellite cities present their current projects and challenges, experiences and lessons learned, as well as the future steps they will take in their cities.

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Dublin commences testing of its inaugural fleet of battery electric buses

Eltis - Mar, 08/08/2023 - 09:08
Dublin is welcoming its first battery electric buses, signalling a major stride towards low emission transport in the city. Language English

From 2029, electric cars to incur fewer costs than diesel vehicles in Slovakia

Eltis - Lun, 07/08/2023 - 09:47
According to a study undertaken for Slovakia, electric cars could save their buyers €2,500 compared to their diesel equivalent five years before the EU's combustion engine ban comes into force. Language English

Dutch employers to report work-related mobility starting from 2024

Eltis - Ven, 04/08/2023 - 08:40
The Netherlands will introduce a reporting obligation for employees’ work-related mobility that aims to cut CO2 emissions. The obligation will be effective from 2024 for all employers with 100 employees or more, and will require the reporting of work-related mobility, and could lead to a cap on CO2 emissions per km for work travel being introduced. Language English

Steps towards a cycling revolution: Jill Warren on the future of pedal power for all

Eltis - Gio, 03/08/2023 - 08:00

Jill Warren, CEO of European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF), who will join the Urban Mobility Days' panel in Seville, shares why securing a brighter future for cycling is critical and how the sector needs to change to achieve this.

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Marseille to make public transport announcements in local dialect

Eltis - Mer, 02/08/2023 - 08:00
Marseille, one of the French cities that will be hosting the 2023 Rugby World Cup, will make all public transport announcements in the local Provencal dialect from September this year, as well as in standard French. Language English

Speakers announced for Urban Mobility Days 2023

Eltis - Mar, 01/08/2023 - 08:00

The speakers, and additional information on the programme, have been announced for Urban Mobility Days 2023!

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Portugal has published its pedestrian strategy until 2030

Eltis - Lun, 31/07/2023 - 09:31
The Portuguese National Strategy for Active Pedestrian Mobility proposes to increase the modal share of pedestrian journeys to 35% by 2030 and several measures to help to achieve this. Language English

Researchers present evidence and suggestions on reducing car dependency in Northern Ireland

Eltis - Ven, 28/07/2023 - 08:00
Research by a multi-disciplinary team at Queen’s University Belfast found that local and regional measures pushing sustainable mobility choices create a modal shift reducing car journeys. Language English

Stavanger is the first Norwegian city to offer free public transport for residents

Eltis - Gio, 27/07/2023 - 08:50
The Norwegian city of Stavanger has become the first in the country to provide free public transport to residents, with the aim of encouraging them to use public transport rather than cars and to also help those struggling financially. Language English


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