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Governing Urban Mobility. Strong Urban Governance for Liveable Cities: Lessons from the CREATE Project

Abstract : Why have some cities in Europe been able to achieve a shift from the car-oriented city towards more sustainable modes of transport? How can other parts of Europe and the EuroMed draw lessons from CREATE? In order to answer these fundamental questions, the CREATE (Congestion Reduction in Europe, Advancing Transport Efficiency) project’s main objective is to reduce road congestion in European cities by encouraging a switch from cars to more sustainable modes of transport. Among other valuable lessons, the CREATE project shows how strong urban governance contributes to the shift towards the liveable city.
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Charlotte Halpern. Governing Urban Mobility. Strong Urban Governance for Liveable Cities: Lessons from the CREATE Project. The 21st European Conference on Mobility Management (ECOMM 2017), May 2017, Maastricht, Netherlands. 2017. ⟨hal-01618633⟩

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