Browse through the various resources developed to aid local authorities in organising successful European Mobility Week activities.
Thematic Guidelines 2013
These thematic guidelines provide local European Mobility Week coordinators with background information on this year's theme, "Clean air - it's your move!", and inspiration for suitable campaign activities.
European Mobility Week 2013 Charter
The EMW Charter must be signed by the local authority of the participating city and sent to the national coordinator. [PDF 530 kb].
Ten Years of European Mobility Week 2002-2011
The brochure focuses on 22 cities that have featured in the Mobility Week awards in the last ten years. It highlights the broad range of original ideas and activities that have formed part of the mobility week brand – many of them the fruit of grass-roots initiatives by local communities – and the permanent impact they have had both on the urban environment and on people’s behaviour. [PDF 4.4mb]
To download the Spanish version of the brochure, click here. [PDF 7.4mb]
European Mobility Week Handbook
The handbook supports cities in finding ideas about how to go about organising their European Mobility Week. [PDF 908kb]
Good practive examples: Zagreb (HR), Gävle (SE), Östersund (SE), Krosno Odrzanskie (PL), Leon (ES), Ljubljana (SLO), Naples (IT), Tallinn (EE), Vitoria-Gasteiz (ES), Finland. [PDF 1.4mb]
Good practice examples: Bologna (IT), Zagreb (HR), Larnaka (CY), Cahors (FR), Skopje, (MK), Derry (UK), Labin (HR), Sofia (BG), Szczecin (PL). [PDF 6.15mb]
Best Practice Guide 2011
Good practice examples: Almada (PT), Murcia (ES), Riga (LV), Eindhoven (NL), Reutte, (AT), Arenas de San Pedro (ES), Bologna (IT), Zaanstad (NL), Luxembourg (LU), Zagreb (HR). [PDF 4.8mb]
Best Practice Guide 2010
Good practice examples: Gävle (SE), Ivanic-Grad (HR), Leon (ES), Budapest (HU), Rome (IT), Stockholm (SE), Eindhoven (NL), Östersund (SE), Sundsvall (SE), Tronheim (NO), Salburg (AT). [PDF 1.3mb]
Best Practice Guide 2009
Good practice examples: Budapest (HU), Almada (PT), Zagreb (HR), Murcia (ES), Krakow (PL), Galway City Council (IE), La Rochelle (FR), Gävle (SE), Sheffield (UK), Bologna (IT). [PDF 1mb]
Best Practice Guide 2008
Good practice examples: Arad (RO), Bydgoszcz (PL), Frankfurt (DE), Glasgow (UK), Koprivnica (HR), Mirandela (PT), Östersund (SE), Ponferrada (ES), Prague (CZ), Wiener Neustadt (AT). [PDF 1mb]
Best Practice Guide 2007
Good practice examples: Copenhagen (DK), Budapest (HU), San Sebastian (ES), Camden (UK), Bologna (IT), Évora (PT), Elblag (PL), Nantes (FR), Koprivnica (HR), Hradec Králové (CZ), Helsinki (FI), Vöklabruck (AT), Geneva (CH), Ljubljana (SI). [PDF 884.4kb]
ManagEnergy Good Practice case studies are projects that demonstrate a positive contribution to energy efficiency and use of renewable energies in Europe and are suitable for replication by energy actors at regional and local level.
Languages: EU official languages
The database currently contains more than 1,600 good practice case studies. ELTIS is cooperating with other projects and initiatives with good practise databases like EPOMM, CIVITAS, SUGRE, LINK, ADD HOME, VIANOVA etc.
Languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Czech, Hungarian, Polish
Database containing more than 450 good practice case studies of Energy Cities’ member cities.
Languages: English, Croatian, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Slovakian, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Czech, Bulgarian, French, Latvian, Polish
The Copenhagen City Climate Catalogue is the first global collection to centralise facts and figures on community climate action – from targets to achievements.
Participation Report 2012
Participation report of the eleventh edition of the European Mobility Week. Participation, permanent measures, etc. [PDF 1.7mb]
Participation Report 2011
Participation report of the tenth edition of the European Mobility Week. Participation, permanent measures, etc. [PDF 923kb]