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Mobility Contract with a hospital in Graz, Austria
A mobility contract was signed in Graz to ensure access to the hospital area in the future. As the number of people visiting the area increases in upcoming years, decision makers are trying to prevent traffic chaos by focusing on promoting active mobility.
Urban renewal project - The âHeart of Budapestâ (Hungary)
The âHeart of Budapestâ programme is a complex urban renewal programme which is aiming to revitalise the traffic-laden and deteriorating historic centre of the city. Phase 1 of the project included the construction of a 1.7 km long traffic-calmed axis.
The pedestrianization of Bucharestâs Historic Centre, Romania
For more than 20 years attempts were made to pedestrianize and revitalise the historic centre of Bucharest. However, political hesitation and public uncertainty slowed the implementation process and currently only about 30% of the full pedestrianization has been achieved. Despite inital problems, the area is now returing to its former status and prominence in the city.
New pedestrian areas in Antalya (Turkey)
Antalya has become one of the few cities in Turkey that is actively supporting pedestrian-friendly schemes. The pedestrianision of Cumhuriyet Square in the city centre in 2008 helped integrate the historical pedestrian district of KaleiÃ§i with the existing pedestrianised streets, creating a continuous car-free area and a much improved civic image for the historical town centre.
Using new technologies for improving parking payment in Serbia
Although ways of paying parking had been unchanged for a long time and activated using person for getting paid, during last yearâs paying parking become more effective and speedily for users by using new technologies.
Revitalisation of Norrebrogade - one of Copenhagen's most important thoroughfares (Denmark)
Norrebrogade is a busy main street serving two functions - the first one, as a major commercial centre with over 300 shops, cafes and restaurants the second one - as a major traffic artery. Neither function had been catered satisfactorily. The street was revitalised by widening the pavements and bike paths and extending the length of bus-only lanes.
Pedestrian-friendly city centre in Eskisehir, Turkey
Eskisehir is a rare example of a Turkish city that has opted for something other than the building of more roads, flyovers and junctions to allow more through traffic in the bid to remedy its traffic problems. Since the late 1990s the city has followed a more sustainable route in this regard, undergoing somewhat of a rebirth as a tram city with a pedestrian-friendly city centre.
Sustainable Urban Transport Plan Ãrebro, Sweden
A Sustainable Urban Transport Plan (SUTP) for the Municipality of Ãrebro, Sweden, was developed during 2006-2008 as a part of the EU funded project BUSTRIP (Baltic Urban Sustainable Transport Implementation and Planning). It contains goals and an action plan, and also defines responsibility for evaluation.
The âCity Entranceâ project in MalmÃ¶, Sweden
Environmental law requirements demanding certain quality standards have been exceeded in the city of MalmÃ¶. A new shopping centre at the city entrance could only be permitted considering various Mobility Management measures.
De Telegraaf newspapers (production site) in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Environmental law forced the Telegraf Media Group (TMG) to reduce the environmental impact of their production site. The requirements also included Mobility Management measures to reduce the employeesâ car travel.