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.
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