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Sustainable city mobility - comparison of actual state in selected European countries


[ 1 ] Instytut Logistyki, Wydział Inżynierii Zarządzania, Politechnika Poznańska | [ P ] employee

Scientific discipline (Law 2.0)

[6.6] Management and quality studies

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chapter in monograph

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  • Green mobility
  • Sustainable transport
  • Urban transportation
  • Mobility solutions
  • Sustainability

EN The topic of green mobility is very interesting and indispensable to consider due to European policy and climate changes. Cities are now actively starting to address these issues by implementing a range of different strategies, such as bringing in congestion charges and parking fees to internalise the negative impacts of transport (E. Commission in How can cities address future mobility challenges? 2019), improving and promoting the use of public transport (PT), encouraging non-motorised transport with dedicated pedestrian-bike paths, and restricting the access of certain vehicles to the city centre. The main objective of hereby chapter is to evaluate actual state in terms of green mobility in selected European countries such as Poland, Ukraine, Italy and Norway. Authors endeavor to assess the availability, comfort, technical condition, safety, environmental friendliness, amenities in the cities from the point of view of existing public transport such as trams, buses, urban scooters, city bikes, electric kick scooters, carsharing.

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133 - 151





Smart and sustainable supply chain and logistics - trends, challenges, methods and best practices. Volume 1

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