The second part of the story about the International Summer School “Sustainable Mobility — Made in Leipzig”. The previous post was mainly about trams, and now, more about the role of a private car and possible changes in the principles of its use in the future. We relate about the vision of both university professors…
In the capital of Austria, the pilot project “Schulstraße”(School Street) has come to an end. The temporary ban on driving cars near schools fulfilled its task. Parents and local authorities have called for its continuation, and other institutions inform of their willingness to “shut off” new school streets.
Within the framework of the fifth visit of foreign experts in SUMP development, Rupert Wimmer, Head of Mobility planning and Urban Design office of the City of Zurich, delivered a speech. He also was advising the Lviv Working Group during the two-day visit.
Franka Square awaits reconstruction
Lvivelectrotrans Communal Enterprise will be procured with 50 new trolleybuses of the local manufacturer.
While developing and approving new urban mobility plan, the Austrian capital city has set an ambitious goal: to increase volume of pedestrian movement in the city. Which measures they have taken and whether they are successful – find in this article
Lviv has seen the third working visit of foreign experts, consulting our city regarding development of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan.
Communal bus transportation company ATP-1 have already received new buses: 100 of MAZs and 50 of Electrons
On October 5-11, 2018, the summer school Sustainable Mobility: Made in Leipzig was held, and in this article we will brief you on the most interesting things we have heard and seen during the week.
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