Project good practices

The “Manifesto” for a safe, sustainable and independent mobility...

Summary: The Manifesto is both an agreement and an action plan signed by local actors to foster the change towards sustainable modes of transport in home to school trips

Location: Emilia-Romagna,

School Mobility Manager Network

Summary: The creation of a network of teachers trained to be School Mobility Managers is one key element to promote sustainable mobility among the whole school community

Location: Emilia-Romagna, Italy (Italia)

Winter cycling campaign

Summary: The winter cycling campaign – A campaign that let people discover the benefits of cycling to work instead of driving, even during wintertime

Location: Mellersta Norrland, Sweden (Sverige)

European Cycling Challenge as the way of promoting cycling to...

Summary: Young people, 14 – 16 years old, are competing with each other in the number of kilometres cycled during the whole month participating in the ECC or other game

Location: Pomorskie, Poland (Polska)

Cycling May – a campaign to promote active travel to school

Summary: The campaign is aimed at parents and pupils behaviour patterns in terms of school mobility, to promote active travels to school, eg: by bikes, scooters etc.

Location: Pomorskie, Poland (Polska)

Cycling exam - Cycle training in real traffic situation

Summary: Every year the practical road exam on the bicycle, it is tested whether students can apply the acquired traffic knowledge in real traffic.

Location: Utrecht, Netherlands (Nederland)

Utrecht Road Safety Label and School Zones

Summary: The Utrecht Road Safety Label (UVL) is the hallmark (a quality mark) of the Regional Transport Safety Agency (ROV) of the province of Utrecht.

Location: Utrecht, Netherlands (Nederland)

Methodology for safe routes to schools

Summary: Initiative to encourage autonomous and sustainable mobility of school children from age of 8 years

Location: Cataluña, Spain (España)

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