What would each citizen want? Each citizen wants to have increasing comfort of staying, living and moving in the city. A large share of citizens are moving around the city every day in various directions, with different purposes, and taking different modes of transport.
Over the ten years, from 2009 to 2019, the number of private cars in Lviv has increased several times. The car has become not only the most efficient way of transportation in the city in terms of comfort and speed and the only one that is not humiliated by other road users, but also a…
During the quarantine period in the spring of 2020, changes were made to atmospheric air pollution at city intersections
Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative (TUMI) summer School 2020 will be held in Lviv. According to the results of the selection, Lviv won and was determined this year as the host city.
Lviv is one of the pilot cities in Ukraine for developing a strategy of “green city” development in all areas – water and wastewater, transport and mobility, landfill and more. The project is funded by the EBRD. On February 13th at the session of the Lviv City Council the consultants of the Green Cities Action…
Session of Lviv City Council adopted a resolution “On approval of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan of Lviv”
Lviv is undergoing major changes in its transport and urban planning. Top ten changes have been accomplished in the year 2019 and what projects are planned to be realized in Lviv in the future.
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…
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