• Case study

    As part of a 10 point plan to reduce local emissions in the City of Oslo, the City Council decided to establish more than 400 on street charging points for Electric Vehicles, in order to ease the transition from fossil fueled vehicles to electric vehicles, In Norway, 99% of the electricity is produced from hydroelectric and renewable sources. In 2013, an average of 5.6% of all new vehicles sold were 100% electric, with the record month so far in 2014 being March, when electric vehicles had a 20.3% market share.

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  • Blog post

  • Blog post

    Transportation has always been essential to Chicago’s economic success. The city was established at the junction of Lake Michigan and the Chicago River and is currently the transfer point of half of all trans-continental goods. With the second-largest public transportation system in the country, the Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) are bringing Bus Rapid Transit to the downtown “Loop” area, the second-busiest downtown in the U.S. and the heart of the regional economy.

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  • Case study

    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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  • Case study

    Boston Bikes

    April 4, 2014 Boston

    Boston Bikes is part of Boston’s vision for a vibrant and healthy city that benefits all its residents. It seeks to make Boston a world-class bicycling city by creating safe and inviting conditions for all residents and visitors. Boston Bikes focuses on improvements in all six universal bike planning areas: engineering, enforcement, education, encouragement, equity, and evaluation.

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