air quality

  •  mobility

EUROCITIES Statement on the Clean Mobility Package

Clean mobility is a priority for European cities. The impact of transport on urban air quality and the climate has direct consequences on the health of citizens and strength of our cities. The Clean Mobility Package aims to stimulate the market uptake of low- and zero-emission vehicles and strengthen the deployment ambition of alternative fuels infrastructure. Ambition and a recognition of the local dimension are a necessary starting point to harness the potential of cities and support...

publication

publication date: 03-05-2018

  •  environment

Presentations Plenary Sessions EEF Amsterdam 4 - 6 April 2018

© Tom Feenstra Presentations Plenary Sessions EEF Amsterdam 3, 5 and 6 April 2018

publication

publication date: 10-04-2018

  •  environment

Presentations Plenary Sessions EEF Amsterdam 4 - 6 April 2018

© Tom Feenstra Presentations Plenary Sessions EEF Amsterdam 3, 5 and 6 April 2018

publication

publication date: 10-04-2018

  •  environment

Presentations WG AQCCEE EEF Amsterdam 4 - 6 April 2018

Presentations WG AQCCEE EEF Amsterdam 4 April 2018

publication

publication date: 10-04-2018

  •  environment

Presentations WG GAB EEF Amsterdam 4 - 6 April 2018

Presentations WG GAB EEF Amsterdam 4 April 2018

publication

publication date: 10-04-2018

  •  mobility

EUROCITIES statement on the interoperability of electronic road toll systems

Many European cities operate or are planning Urban Vehicle Access Restriction (UVAR) schemes, such as low emission zones and congestion charges, to address local mobility or environmental challenges. Effective enforcement against all users is important to ensure public acceptance of schemes.

publication

publication date: 21-02-2018

  •  environment

Presentations - Plenary Session - EEF Essen - 19-20 October 2017

Presentations - Plenary Session - EEF Essen - 19-20 October 2017

publication

publication date: 24-10-2017

  •  environment
  •  mobility

Cities in action: Boosting electromobility, Amsterdam

Amsterdam, a frontrunner in stimulating the use of electric cars, is capitalising on the large datasets from its public charging points to influence policy decisions. Data analysis is enabling the efficient roll out of its charging infrastructure and progress towards its goal of being an emission free city by 2025.

case study

publication date: 05-10-2016

  •  environment

Cities in action: The Bristol Method

Bristol has created an online toolkit enabling cities around the world to understand and apply the lessons it has learned in becoming a more sustainable city. With guidance on everything from creating a vision to measuring success, The Bristol Method represents a valuable legacy of the city’s year as European Green Capital.

case study

publication date: 30-11-2015

  •  environment
  •  mobility

Cities in action: Sharing mobility strategy in Milan

A groundbreaking mobility strategy is enabling Milan, which has one of the highest car ownership rates in Europe, rise to its congestion challenge. Innovative integrated sharing schemes mean fewer cars on the road and better quality of life for all. This project won the EUROCITIES award for innovation in 2015.

case study

publication date: 10-11-2015