European cities increasingly face problems caused by transport and traffic. At the same time, the global climate change crisis brings the transition to clean mobility options necessary. Therefore, the question of how to enhance mobility while at the same time reducing congestion, accidents and pollution is a common challenge to all major cities in Europe.
RiConnect Action Planning Network aims to rethink, transform and integrate mobility infrastructure. The goal is to reconnecting people,...
Space4People improves quantity and quality of attractive public spaces in urban areas. For this, it tackles the main public space use being...
Mobility is at the crossroads of various urban policy: Thriving Streets is connecting mobility with economic prosperity, accessibility, inclusion,...
When a high tech town simplifies citizens’ access to public services thanks to the Card4All network .
Chris Michael shares his advice on how to write compelling city stories.
Camelia Coporan tells us about Romania's EU presidency, the benefits of transnational city networks and territorial cooperation.
Facing severe pollution from over-reliance on cars, Thessaloniki (GR) committed to promoting cycling proactively, and, through the URBACT RESILIENT...
When Umeå — northern Sweden’s largest urban community — joined the URBACT Freight TAILS network, its city centre faced increasing traffic problems,...