SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION

ZICLA’s experience at the 2022 APBP conference.

ZICLA’s experience at the 2022 APBP conference.

From August 22 to 24 of August, the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul in Minnesota (US) hosted the 2022 APBP conference, organized by the Association of Pedestrians & Bicycle Professionals (APBP). It was a week full of knowledge exchange: We were able to...

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Why sustainable transport is important. Keys to know

Why sustainable transport is important. Keys to know

In 1901, the future looked bright for the newly arrived automobile. Racing driver Henri Fournier confidently predicted that because the automobile was so much "better, quicker, surer, cheaper" than horse drawn transport, city streets would become cleaner and there...

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Riding a bicycle in the city.

Riding a bicycle in the city.

Riding a bicycle in the city can be a terrifying ordeal for first-timers especially due to the intimidating drivers and many pedestrians in the streets. The experience is, however, enjoyable when you get used to cycling in a crowded city and it is not as dangerous as...

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UCLA releases a report on Tactical Transit lanes.

UCLA releases a report on Tactical Transit lanes.

The Institute of Transportation studies at the University of California, Los Angeles, has developed a report about best practices in tactical transit lanes. Tactical transit lanes are low-cost reconfigurations of streets to make them friendlier for all citizens. This...

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Redesigning streets for people.

Redesigning streets for people.

At ZICLA we believe that a commitment to sustainable mobility, which includes walking, cycling and public transport, is the way to achieve accessible, inclusive and friendly streets with a small environmental footprint. Promoting sustainable mobility is one of the...

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