Trial road closure at Valentine Primary School, Southampton

  • Posted on: 8 August 2018
  • By: Isobel Northridge

On the 22ndof June 2018 there was a trail street closure outside of Valentine Primary School in Sholing, Southampton during the school’s starting and finishing times. The aim of this trial was to create a safer and more enjoyable journey to school for parents, staff and students of Valentine Primary School. One of the main objectives was to encourage play and the use of active travel to and from school by creating a safer, more child friendly area around the school by reducing traffic movements around the area.

Children present their neighbourhood visions to the City Council of Zurich

  • Posted on: 11 July 2018
  • By: Barbara Kieser

On July 6th 2018, children from two neighbourhoods in Zurich presented wishes and suggestions for their neighbourhoods to the city councillor Richard Wolff, head of the department of civil engineering and waste disposal of the city of Zurich. Before that, the kids had analysed their neighbourhoods and had looked for spots they liked and disliked. Based on the analysis, they had developed ideas on how to improve the negative spots.

Urban Library in Alba Iulia

  • Posted on: 29 May 2018
  • By: Cristiana Fica

The Urban Library in Alba Iulia is a public intervention coming as a result of a partnership between the municipality, a local arhitecture small company and Transavia. Well made in Romania Company that has financed the project.

The idea came from two young architects form Alba Iulia who had the idea of placing small libraries within the neighbourhoods of Alba Iulia raising awarness on how the public space can be used more often and how it can bring people and children together.

CIVITAS Forum 2018

  • Posted on: 14 May 2018
  • By: Susanne Wrighton
Umea, Sweden
Wed, 09/19/2018 to Fri, 09/21/2018

The CIVITAS Forum 2018 will cover the most pressing topics surrounding sustainable urban mobility and witness the pioneering solutions driving Europe's shift towards cleaner, better transport.

Participants will once again be able to take part in interactive workshops and sessions on the most urgent issues in mobility, enjoy interesting site visits, and mingle with Europe's most creative mobility minds. Many new exciting elements will also make their debut in the programme. Attendance is free of charge.

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