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Reggio-Emilia

Cycle logistics scheme in Reggio-Emilia

This case study presents the proposed strategic scheme for Reggio-Emilia, developed by TRT Trasporti e Territorio at the mandate of the city authority, targeting logistics operators, retailers, and households with tailored infrastructure, services, and governance coordination.

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7th SUMP Award on multimodality - Greater Manchester

7th SUMP Award on multimodality - Greater Manchester

This video features content on Greater Manchester – winner of the 7th SUMP Award on multimodality – showcasing the efforts which have so impressed the expert panel of judges.

Topic
Urban mobility planning
Resource type
Video
A man cycling on the road

A Cycling Kilometric Allowance in France

In 2017, France launched a new action plan dedicated to active travel (walking and cycling). Part of this was a Cycling Kilometric Allowance for commuters cycling to work. Those using their own bike receive €0.25 per kilometre cycled and up to €200 annually.

Topic
Public and stakeholder involvementWalking and cycling
Resource type
Case study
Cyclist folds bike to be brought onto a train

Aarhus encourages residents to trial alternative means of commuting

From 2014 to 2017, the City of Aarhus in Denmark ran the Smart Mobility project, which consisted of 22 mobility management pilot projects. Their evaluation has delivered a wealth of knowledge and expertise on how to influence people to commute differently.

Topic
Mobility management
Resource type
Case study
Reduced mobility

Accessible Europe: Cities pioneering transport for people with reduced mobility

Several European cities have made a concerted effort to champion accessibility for those with reduced mobility. The cities of Chester (UK), Viborg (Denmark) and Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) have all taken noticeable steps in recent years to pioneer accessibility.

Topic
Transport for people with reduced mobility
Resource type
Case study