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15.12.2014Good biking karma from Copenhagen

The Danish capital Copenhagen has set itself the ambitious goal to be the world’s best city for cyclists. The city has succeeded with making biking a truly attractive transportation mode
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28.10.2013The PEDIBUS project: good for children, good for the environment

PEDIBUS is a "walking school bus", a participatory action that promotes slow-mobility in the journey from home to school.
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23.04.2013The CARMA Project: A bicycle made from cars from the scrapheap

The CARMA Project is a Portugal-based outfit which attempted the feat of making a bicycle almost entirely out of parts and scrap from a disused Mercedes...
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15.12.2011Solaris – green mobility for public services

Solaris Bus & Coach is a Polish enterprise producing a wide variety of public transport vehicles. It has gained a well-deserved reputation in the scope of sustainable industry technologies... 
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08.12.2011Oulu – the city of winter cycling

Oulu, the biggest university city in Northern Finland, is well known for good cycling opportunities. 
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30.08.2011Cutting emmissions through revising Paris's goods transport policy

When taking charge of goods transport in Paris in 2001, Green politician Denis Baupin was tasked with improving the transit of 32 million tonnes...
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08.08.2011Carfree city - Vienna

The Viennese Greens created in this project a car free urban quarter in Vienna. In the so called "car-free housing estate” in Vienna Floridsdorf...
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11.07.2011Vienna - “Bike-City”

“Bike-City” is a housing project with 99 flats designed around the needs of cyclists, initiated by green councillor Christoph Chorherr...
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11.07.2011Green Cities – Happy People: The example of Graz/Austria

The Greens in Graz put an emphasis in their politics on public transport, pedestrians and cyclists...
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08.07.2011The city of Malmö

The mobility management is high on the agenda in Malmö. The city presents itself as a particularly bicycle-friendly community and works closely with trade...
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07.07.2011Soft Mobility in the city of Graz/Austria

In 1986 the city of Graz, capital of Austria’s region Styria, implemented "soft mobility" in its urban planning...
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05.07.2011Carsharing

Carsharing or car clubs are models of car rental, where subscribers to the scheme are able regularly rent the car for short periods of time...
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05.07.2011Bicycle Sharing Systems

Bicycle sharing systems are schemes in which bicycles are provided for shared use to individuals who do not own them...
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05.07.2011Congestion Charging

Congestion charging is a system of surcharging vehicles in busy areas during periods of peak demand in order to reduce traffic pollution and congestion...
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04.07.2011Soft mobility in tourism - Werfenweng/Austria

The municipality of Werfenweng in Austria has a special offer for those arriving by train or leaving the car while on holiday. The "SaMo - Advantage Pass”...
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01.01.1970Ireland’s successful cycle-to-work scheme

The benefits of encouraging cycling are clear. Not only is it better for the environment, but it is a healthier option for those who take up pedal power. Cities also benefit...
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