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Helsinki aims to develop "mobility on demand" by 2025

23 July 2014

Within ten years, private cars could be a thing of the past in the Finnish capital. Realising that young Finns are increasingly less likely to want to own and operate private cars, Helsinki is planning a transition away from personal car ownership to a system where information on and use of public transport is immediately available to all users.Since 2013, the city has been experimenting with a...

Mongolian capital celebrates its own Mobility Week in June 2014

17 July 2014

Mongolia’s capital city, Ulaanbaatar, has been running its own Car-Free Day and Mobility Week since 2008, inspired by the European Mobility Week campaign. Although the city’s authorities and residents have embraced the campaign, the usual date of 16 – 22 September is difficult to implement, as students return to school after the summer holidays and people from outlying regions come into the city...

CIVITAS Activity Fund call opens on 19 September

15 July 2014

The CIVITAS Activity Fund supports the take-up of sustainable urban mobility measures in Europe through providing funding in a range of transport fields. The new call, to be launched on 19 September 2014, will cover the four CIVITAS thematic areas of collective passenger transport, mobility management, car-independent lifestyles and public involvement.The first call, which ran in spring 2014, saw...

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.