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    Venice Integrated Mobility Plan

    April 17, 2014 Venice

    The case study concerns the Urban Mobility Plan of the Municipality of Venice. The Plan, active since 2008, provides a range of administrative attention that will lead to the gradual reduction of CO2 emissions by more than 35% in the transport sector, improving the livability and air quality of the city itself.

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    Austin's Bike Share Program

    March 20, 2014 Austin

    Bike sharing will help ease Austin’s traffic congestion and aid in closing “first and last mile” transit gaps in the bus and rail systems. It will help the user stay healthy and decrease pollutants in the air by reducing the amount of single-occupant motor vehicle commutes. You will be able to pick up a bike from one location and ride to another location. Bike sharing is perfect for locals, tourists and commuters.

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    "Bike Rio" System

    December 16, 2012 Rio de Janeiro

    Since 2011, the "Bike Rio" project has installed an integrated system of over 60 bicycle stations in 14 major neighborhoods (over 600 bicycles) for use in Rio de Janeiro. This project complements the City's effort to provide bicycle lanes and alternative transportation options-the municipal government is in the process of doubling the cycle path system to over 300 km2.

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    Barcelona’s Bicing cycle scheme achieved over 90,000 subscriptions, 2 million hires and reduced CO2 emissions in the city by 960 tonnes during its first six months of operations. The success of the scheme and its impact on changing modes of transport in the city has been so great that Bicing will be extended to cover all city districts in 2008.

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