European Mobility Week

European Mobility Week, what is it?

European Mobility Week is an annual campaign on sustainable urban mobility, organized with the political and financial support of the Directorates-General for the Environment and Transport of the European Commission.

The aim of the campaign, which runs from 16 to 22 September every year, encourages European local authorities to introduce and promote sustainable transport

Public Awareness Campaign “Let’s Cycle in Belgrade!”

Within the framework of the „Support to Sustainable Transport in the City of Belgrade” project (implemented by UNDP Serbia in cooperation with the Ministry of Environment, Mining and Spatial Planning, as well as the Secretariat for Transport and Belgrade Land Development Agency, and financed by the Global Environment Facility) the “Let’s Cycle in Belgrade!” public awareness campaign has been launched in late 2011.

Interesting facts

Some facts from other countries demonstrate why cycling is a good idea:

  • Bicycles are small, light, clean and silent vehicles. They are easy to ride, handle, and park as well as relatively easy to maintain, lacking high-tech parts. They use up little space: a 2meter wide cycle lane can handle at least 2000 cyclists per hour, which is the number of cars a 3.5 meter traffic lane can do
  • At traffic speeds of 30 km/h or less, they can be mixed with motorized traffic, without the need for extra space and simply

News

News in Belgrade as well as in the region

26.09.2014.

UNDP at the international conference “Improvement of Sustainable Urban Mobility for Better Health and Environment”, Kaunas, Lithuania

UNDP-GEF project „Sustainable Transport in the City of Belgrade“ has been presented...

15.04.2013.

HEAT for Cycling

When we speak to politicians, we all need hard facts and figures to make a case for...

31.08.2012.

News

Promotional bicycle ride (Sunday, 16 September 2012) A promotional bicycle ride will be...

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Documents

Active documents

31.08.2012.

Project Document

31.08.2012.

Inception report

31.08.2012.

First Progress Report
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