Sustainable Urban Mobility: on line new publications and city case studies

CIVITAS, a platform to exchange ideas and experiences among politicians, technical experts and practitioners, has published six documents and 40 city case studies to promote more Sustainable Urban Mobility in cities and municipalities in Europe and beyond. The publications, based on the results generated by the 25 cities that took part in CIVITAS from 2008 to 2012, show the experiences of these urban areas when implementing sustainable mobility measures.

CIVITAS Plus in Numbers highlights key results from the 25 CIVITAS Plus cities. This short publication showcases 48 measures carried out by the CIVITAS Plus cities briefly.
Innovative Urban Transport Solutions – CIVITAS makes the difference is intended as a critical review of the transport measures which were developed and implemented during the CIVITAS Plus.
The CIVITAS Measure Directory highlights the achievements of the Initiative from 2002-2012 and gives offline access to the details of 663 measures for Sustainable Urban Mobility.
Living Laboratories: 10 Years of CIVITAS from Aalborg to Zagreb presents the experimental and innovative side of CIVITAS, providing background information to illustrate each city’s particular context.
Policy Recommendations for EU Sustainable Mobility Concepts shows the main findings arising from the evaluation of the five CIVITAS Plus projects in the context of current and future policy making.
Everyone’s a Winner – The First Ten Years of the CIVITAS Awards charts the growing prestige of the CIVITAS Initiative’s Awards over 10 years, from 2004 to 2013, and puts the spotlight on the winning cities and their achievements.

Moreover, CIVITAS has released 40 city case studies dealing with the implementation of sustainable mobility measures. These documents show each urban area experience with a particular measure or thematic area.

Since the beginning of the initiative in 2002, more than 800 transport and mobility solutions have been evaluated in nearly 70 cities. The objective has always been the same: making transport cleaner.

A limited number of hard copies of the publications are available upon request to the CIVITAS Secretariat at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. More information HERE!