URBAN MOVE

Citizens of Europe need to move around – to be mobile – to live their daily lives. Going to work, shopping for groceries, working out at the gym, supplying goods and products, removing waste products – all of this requires moving from point A to point B. Countless movements are done every day, putting pressure on cities, citizens and the environment and influencing the way we structure urban areas.

Urban Mobility on a Human Scale – Promoting and Facilitating Active Travel in Cities

The potential of bicycle and pedestrian travel in cities has been underestimated in past decades, resulting in deterioration of facilities and infrastructure. We are now seeing a revival of these active modes of transportation as more people recognise the health and environmental benefits. The report “Urban Mobility on a Human Scale – Promoting and Facilitating Active Travel in Cities” discusses ways in which walking and cycling can be further promoted and facilitated in our cities.

Signed, Sealed, Delivered – Analysing the Impact of E-commerce on Urban Areas

E-commerce changes our shopping habits – but also influences logistics, city planning and properties. The impact will become more and more apparent as volumes continue to increase.
The report Signed, Sealed, Delivered – Analysing the Impact of E-commerce on Urban Areas highlights the challenges arising from the increase of e-commerce in Europe.

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