Links to Websites of associated Projects and Research Programs
Sintropher is a five-year cooperation project with the aim of enhancing local and regional transport provision to, from and within five peripheral regions in North-West Europe. On February 27th,0 2014, a major thematic European event was held about "Supporting Growth through Regional Connectivity – how can better transport links promote economic development at the regional level?" The presentations and videos from the event can be downloaded here.
Covenant capaCITY project
a training project for local governments, which includes a module on transport
informed cities project
- policies and research for an integrated management of urban sustainability
The Informed Cities initative is a 3-year European project that aims to examine and enhance connectivity between research and policy-making for sustainable development, at (and for) the local level.
The Informed Cities initiative is funded by the 7th Framework Program of the European Union under the name PRIMUS – Policies and Research for an Integrated Management of Urban Sustainability.
Bremen EXPO 2010 activities
Principles of Car-Sharing, Environmental Impacts, Examples and Movie-Clips in English, German and Chinese
Bremen website on Car-Sharing mobility stations
The public mobility station mobil.punkt combines a Car-Sharing-station on public street space with the offer of Public Transport, with cycling and as well taxi. If you want to learn more about this initiative within the CARE-North framework of Bremen, visit the mobil.punkt website.
Civilising the Streets project report
Treansform Scotland Trust working with Sustrans Scotland have producd a report that analyses decision-making processes in key European cities that have embraced active travel. The report, which investigated active travel provision in thirteen European cities (including e.g. Bremen, Brighton & Hove, Copenhagen, Groningen, Stockholm, Utrecht and others) comparable in terms of size and geography to Scottish cities, looks at how social, political, geographical and cultural conditions have led to 'best practice' and have brought about high rates of walking and cycling.
Alternative forms of car ownership across the globe - a study.
University of Carlifornia - Berlekely - Transportation Sustainability. A study on Ridesharing in North America: Past, Present, and Future
Report: 21st Century Transportation "A New Way to Go", by U.S. Public Interest Research Group
A compilation of ride-sharing facts: