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EU Urban Mobility Observatory
News article10 December 20181 min read

New fact sheets detail mobility innovations in five European cities

The final set in a series of fact sheets showcasing innovative mobility measures currently being implemented in Madrid (Spain), Munich (Germany), Ruse (Bulgaria), Stockholm (Sweden), and Turku (Finland) have been released.

Produced as part of the European mobility project CIVITAS ECCENTRIC, they outline key details related to each of the sustainable transport solutions. The fact sheets explain what the solution is; what has prompted its development; how the measure works; how it is being or will be implemented; the expected results; and the business model behind each measure.

The work being carried out in the five European cities spans a broad range of areas, such as walking and cycling, mobility management, urban freight, e-mobility, public transport, and transport telematics. A total of 50 measures are being implemented under CIVITAS ECCENTRIC.

For more information and to download the fact sheets, click on the progress reports tab under the link below.



Publication date
10 December 2018
  • Urban mobility planning
  • Europe-wide