Blog and news of the Mobilitatis Omni Institute. Proposals for the development of sustainable mobility, railway and intercity bus connections, cycling infrastructure and e-mobility for everyone in Slovenia and the border regions of neighboring countries.
A modern view of urban spaces where significantly more space should be allocated to bicycles (again). It is not a question of which came first, the chicken or the egg, in terms of how to achieve a higher share of cycling. It’s about infrastructure, stupid, to paraphrase Bill Clinton’s famous slogan. Mikael Colville-Andersen writes very radically, but based on numbers, how to get to bicycle-friendly cities. Five out of five stars.
Year in review. The 2021 of Mobilitatis Omni institute in the Letter of the Institute’s Director.
Cycling is one of the best solutions we already have to ensure our planet is habitable for all generations to come. We signed the Letter to governments at COP26.
Moving around during the COVID-19 outbreak. Recommendations by WHO Europe.
COVID-19 is a radical moment in so many ways. Will cities recover? Will private cars reduce or expand their dominance over public streets and spaces?
The corona pandemic has upended the transition to sustainable urban mobility around the world. While the fear of infection has put people off public transport and vehicle sharing schemes, it has boosted private cars, cycling and walking. What happens next hinges on the spread of the virus and how decision makers react.
A new task force will be formed to explore “long-term and strategic changes” for mobility. This task force—Transport, Health and Environment Pan-European Programme, or THE PEP—will “develop a set of principles for green and healthy sustainable mobility,”