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The fifth edition of the Access City Award given to cities for greater accessibility to people with disabilities and older people, is open now for applications until 10 September 2014.Read more
On the 17th of July, Queen Elisabeth II inaugurated the new Reading railway station. It is one of the none interchanges that is testing tools in the NODES (New Tools for Design and Operation of Urban Transport Interchanges) project.Read more
As part of the EU project CityMobil2, Oristano started on July 11th 2014, its demonstration of driverless electric automated collective transport.Read more
Italy’s Transport Minister, Maurizio Lupi, has announced that an informal Transport Council meeting will take place on the 16 and 17 of September in Milan within the framework of the Italian Presidency of the EU. The topic of the meeting will be Urban Mobility.
For more information on the Italian Presidency’s priorities, click here.
Parking is important for the redefinition of the role of cities, between the "motorway" culture and re-urbanisation. Centralised parking in cities has been proven to decrease the dependency on car trips and improve the urban public space. However, implementing integrated parking strategies is a challenging task, for both local authorities and parking operators.