1.) D7.11 - Final brochure
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2.) Video Clip on Public Space - Accessibility and Citizenship
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3.) Video Clip on Walking Busses - Haute Savoie, France
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4.) Invitation to final conference & training


ELTIS - European Local Transport Information Service

The European Local Transport Information Service Europe's portal for local transport news and events, transport measures, policies and practices implemented in cities and regions across Europe.

EPOMM - European Platform on Mobility Management

EPOMM is a network of governments in European countries that are engaged in Mobility Management (MM). They are represented by the Ministries that are responsible for MM in their countries. EPOMM is organised as an international non profit organisation with seat in Brussels.
>>EPOMM - European Platform on Mobility Management


The CIVITAS Initiative helps cities to achieve a more sustainable, clean and energy efficient urban transport system by implementing and evaluating an ambitious, integrated set of technology and policy based measures.

Centre d'Information et de Counseil Energie, Eau Consommation

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Hungarian Cyclists' Club

As the affiliated organization of ECF, Hungarian Cyclists' Club, established in 2002, is the most significant civil organization in the Hungarian cycling society. The number of its members is continuously increasing, the Club has built up a network of local activist bodies all around the country, and it organizes volunteer professionals into working groups for infrastructure, communication, education, etc., thus creating an effective matrix of local and professional knowledge in every field related to cycling.
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FGM-AMOR, Austrian Mobility Research

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ISEMOA is developing standardised Quality Management schemes to support municipalities, cities and regions in their efforts to improve the accessibility of public spaces and public transport.

Cities for Mobility

"Cities for Mobility" is a global network on all questions regarding urban
mobility. The network is coordinated by the City of Stuttgart and promotes
transnational cooperation between local governments, transportation
companies, businesses, science and the civil society, with the aim of
supporting the development of sustainable and efficient transport systems
in the member cities.

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With the aim to improve the quality of life and to promote better health among citizens, several measures and activities were carried out in Styria and Slovenia. These activities regarding active mobility as well as healthy lifestyle targeted all age groups.


BAMBINI’S main objective is to achieve a shift from a car-dominated mobility behaviour towards a more sustainable & energy-efficient mobility in the future. This is accomplished by affecting the travel behaviour of children (0-6) and their parents – starting as early as possible – at birth and throughout kindergarten.



BICY promotes the bicycle as a modern, ecological and safer means of transportation.



The main objective of TRENDY TRAVEL was to show how sustainable travel can be made more attractive by appealing to and promising to satisfy people's emotional needs, so as to affect a modal shift from the car to more sostainable modes, with ensuing energy safings, emissions reductions and cost savings.



You can find here a lot of information on how to implement successful mobility management measures for schools focussing on the "Traffic Snake Game" campaign for primary schools as well as on the "ECO-TRIPs" campaign for secondary schools.