C6: Do the right mix – Sustainable Urban Mobility, European Commission. Find out how you can make small changes to your transport usage habits that could have significant benefits both for you and for the city you live in.
D1: Brighton & Hove City Council, CIVITAS Initiative. The City of Brighton&Hove won the first prize for Category III- Civitas City of the Year 2014.
D2: CIVITAS Introduction, CIVITAS Initiative. The CIVITAS Initiative (“City-Vitality-Sustainability”, or “Cleaner and Better Transport in Cities”) was launched in 2002.
D4: CIVITAS Mimosa “Making Innovation in MObility and Sustainable Actions” Project, CIVITAS Initiative. An innovative collaboration among the cities of Bologna (Italy), Funchal (Portugal), Gdansk (Poland), Tallinn (Estonia), and Utrecht (Netherlands).
D5: Östersund, Winner of the EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK Award 2014, European Mobility Week. The Swedish city of Östersund won the EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK Award for its achievements in promoting sustainable urban mobility during the campaign on 16-22 September 2014.
D6: Evidence on Sustainable Urban Mobility Initiatives, Interactions. The EVIDENCE project is evaluating the costs and benefits of sustainable transport initiatives.
D8: EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK Award 2015 Finalists, European Mobility Week. Lisbon, Murcia and Palma de Mallorca were the 3 finalists of the EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK Award 2015.
D9: 4th SUMP Award Finalists, European Mobility Week. Malmö, Utrecht and Vienna are the 3 finalists for the 4th edition of the SUMP (for Sustainable urban mobility planning) Award.
D10: Eltis: Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP), GOPACOM. Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan of Thessaloniki, Greece.
D15: Thematic Concept Mobility – Urban Development Plan Vienna (STEP 2025), Wiener Planungswerkstatt. Vienna is looking ahead with its new Urban Mobility Concept.