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Fund to transform London's streets announced

23 April 2014

London's mayor Boris Johnson has announced a new £1.8 million (€2.16 million) fund to boost sustainable transport and alternative road usage. Titled 'Future Streets Incubator Fund', the scheme will support innovative projects to turn public spaces into creative and social locations. Proposals are expected from boroughs, Business Improvement Districts and community groups throughout the...

Berlin to host second edition of the EcoMobility World Festival

14 April 2014

The German capital will play host to the second EcoMobility World Festival in May 2015. The Helmholtz neighbourhood in the district of Pankow will be closed to car traffic in favour of walking, cycling, and innovative eco-vehicles for the whole month, showcasing the possibilities of alternative, sustainable transport.The EcoMobility World Festival aims to show how bringing a human dimension back...

Registration opens for European Mobility Week 2014

02 April 2014

Cities and towns across Europe can now register for European Mobility Week 2014 and start planning their activities under this year’s theme ‘Our streets, our choice’. The campaign is an excellent opportunity to promote sustainable mobility to citizens, enact a new measure related to better public transport, and to progress towards a more sustainable, efficient and pleasant mobility culture....

Budapest, Ljubljana, Östersund - Finalists - European Mobility Award 2013

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Find out more about what the finalists for the European Mobility Award 2013 did to transition to more sustainable mobility and their activities relating to last year's theme 'Clean air - it's your move!'

Zagreb, Croatia - Winner - European Mobility Week Award 2012

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Zagreb is making it easier for citizens to get from A to B! This two minute film follows Krešimir Miletić of the Zagreb local government as he navigates the city using a number of different transport options. The video was produced to highlight Zagreb's 2012 European Mobility Week Award win.

European Mobility Week Award 2011 Winner: Bologna

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This clip shows how the sustainable mobility measures that the City of Bologna introduced have a real impact on the quality of life in the city. Under the title, ‘Life is movement’, the video gives a glimpse of what 20 charging stations for electric cars, 143 km of bicycle paths, a new fleet of green buses and new car-free zones really mean for the day-to-day life of citizens.