Posts Tagged ‘Urban transport’

Austria Bikes to Work: What About You?

‘Ich Radel Zur Arbeit’ , or ‘I am riding my bike to work’ in English was the keyword of a successful campaign led by the City of Weiz to increase the use of soft transportation means and at the same time the health of its population. This experience is one of those exchanged in the […]

By Segolene Pruvot, on March 4th, 2013 at 18:43

Good transport planning can improve public health

The internet information platform Eltis published a case study with the title: Encouraging Active Travel to Hospitals, London, UK. Indeed, the National Health Service (NHS) authority in the Tower Hamlets Borough of London has implemented a travel plan as part of the Mayor’s Transport Strategy, to encourage the use of more active travel to hospitals in […]

By URBACT, on April 16th, 2012 at 13:51

Eltis – The Urban Mobility Portal gives you the knowledge to deliver new mobility solutions

“Interested in Know How on Urban Transport?” “Change urban transport” “Take action to make it more sustainable” “Find out what you need to really make a difference” “Inspire others – and be inspired by them” “Build your network to help you deliver” “Share your experience to build better urban transport” Just log on to […]

By URBACT, on February 20th, 2012 at 11:01