Bikes starting to push cars out of cities thanks to COVID-19

By |maj 8th, 2020|Air Pollution, Berlin, bicyle paths, Bikes, Brussels, car traffic, congestion, corona lanes, coronavirus, COVID-19, European Union, health crisis, News, Paris, pop-up bicycles lanes|

Curfews have paralysed traffic as the COVID-19 pandemic hit many cities, which have started to use this opportunity to promote the bicycle revolution and ban cars from their inner cities. EURACTIV Germany takes a look at Paris, Brussels and Berlin.

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Europe’s cities need to start delivering smart mobility

By |junij 25th, 2018|Car emissions, congestion, diesel cars, future mobility, hybrid cars, News, smart mobility|

European cities are currently toying with various types of urban vehicle access restrictions. Though these cities mean well, such restrictions are burdensome and come at a cost for motorists, so smart mobility measures need to be proposed instead, writ...

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Does car sharing really reduce car use?

By |junij 29th, 2017|congestion, cycling, diesel cars, Euro 5, Euro 6, inter-modal transport, intermodality, modal shift, News, public transport, uber, urban mobility, urban transport, walking|

Concerns that sharing schemes do not deliver a net reduction in car use are not supported by evidence, writes Greg Archer. Now, digitisation and the sharing economy provide an opportunity to reduce the number of vehicles in our cities even further, he ...

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