Our courses are part of innovative international projects on sustainable development in cities and regions in Europe and worldwide. Through this constant influx of new knowledge, insights and know-how we can offer cutting edge content, developed and moderated by people who are at the forefront of practical approaches to sustainable development.

FLOW - Furthering Less Congestion by Creating Opportunities For More Walking and Cycling (2015-2018)

  • put walking and cycling on an equal footing with motorised modes
  • developing a methodology to assess the effectiveness of walking and cycling measures in addressing urban road congestion in conjunction with transport modelling tools
  • aims to integrate the FLOW methodology and congestion assessment tools into the current standard transport impact analysis process

For more information about the FLOW project, click here.

SmartMove - Promoting public transport use in rural areas (2014-2016)

  • SmartMovefocus on specific challenges of public transport in rural areas, incl. feeder systems;
  • increasing peoples' awareness and use of public transport through active mobility consultancy;
  • interactive e-learning course about lessons learned from first-hand experience.

For more information about the SmartMove project, click here.

CH4LLENGE - Addressing the four key challenges of sustainable urban mobility planning (2013-2016)

  • CH4LLENGE logoaddressing the most pressing challenges in the development and implementation of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs);
  • innovative and transferable solutions tested by nine European cities;
  • e-learning courses on participation, cooperation, measure identification and monitoring & evaluation.
For more information about the CH4LLENGE project, click here.

SOLUTIONS- Sharing Opportunities for Low carbon Urban transportation (2013-2016)

  • Solutions logosharing best practice experience in low carbon urban transportation with cities across the world;
  • focus on various regions: the Mediterranean, China, Singapore and Latin America;
  • facilitating dialogue and creating networking opportunities;
  • e-courses on public transport, cycling infrastructure, logistics, SUMP, electric vehicles and many more

For more information about the SOLUTIONS project, click here.

SWITCH - Embracing Active Travel for Health (2014-2016)

  • SWITCH logoPromoting a switch from car-travel to active modes (walking and cycling) through:
    • Personalised travel planning (PTP);
    • Use of health arguments;
    • Use of ICT tools;
    • Addressing people in life-change moments;
  • interactive e-learning course to support the development of an "Implementation Scenario".
For more information about the SWITCH project, click here.

TIDE - Transportation Innovation Deployment for Europe (2012-2016)

  • TIDE logoTIDE fosters take-up of 15 innovative urban mobility measures throughout Europe;
  • thematic clusters on financing models / pricing; non-motorised transport; network and traffic management; electric vehicles; public transport organization;
  • Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans as horizontal topic across all thematic clusters;

For more information about the TIDE project, click here.

TRANSFORuM - Transport 2050 (2013-2015)

  • TRANSFORuM logo"Stakeholder-driven" roadmaps towards the implementation of the 2011 Transport White Paper of the European Commission in four ares:
    • clean urban mobility
    • long-distance freight
    • high-speed rail
    • multimodal transport information, management and payment systems
  • key results available in interactive eLearning format; see for full-length versions.

For more information about the TRANSFORuM project, click here.

ACTUATE - Advanced training and education for safe eco-driving of clean vehicles (2012-2015)

  • ACTUATE logooptimising the driving style for reduced energy consumption of new and innovative clean public transport vehicles;
  • the three ACTUATE courses correspond to three vehicle types: trolleybus, tram and hybrid bus;
  • they are available in four languages (English, German, Czech and Italian).
For more information about the ACTUATE project, click here.

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