Evidence-Project Group Ask Questions and Follow the Debate with Hundreds of Transport Professionals


Summary Reviews (22)

Pricing schemes to charge road users, usually car drivers, to use specific parts of the road network.

Defining areas of a city as having particular conditions attached to traffic in that area. Restrictions relating to vehicle speed and emissions are reviewed here.

Re-allocating general traffic lanes to public transport lanes, cycle lanes, high-occupancy vehicle lanes, or narrowing the carriageway to improve public spaces.

Removing, filtering or controlling the flow of vehicles in a street or part of a city with the intention of encouraging other modes (public transport, cycling and walking) and improving the public realm. ‘Pedestrianisation’ is a sub-category of this.

Innovations or interventions that aim to improve the environmental performance of vehicles – such as enhancements to engine and vehicle technologies or improved fuels.

Activities fostering the use of vehicles that use electricity to power an electric motor.

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Do The Right Mix

Sustainable urban mobility

do the right mix

Project Partners

  • bristol
  • 20160522 Arcadis
  • cts
  • erasmus
  • interactions
  • luxmobility
  • ui
  • 20160522 Wuppertal

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