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CROW – Netherlands Views: 9870
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The national Information and Technology Centre for Transport and Infrastructure (CROW) is a non-profit organisation in which the government and businesses work together in pursuit of their common interests through the design, construction and management of roads and other traffic and transport facilities. Active in research and in issuing regulations, CROW focuses on distributing knowledge products to all target groups.

ECN - Energy research Centre of the Netherlands Views: 9870
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ECN - the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands is the largest research centre in the Netherlands on the field of energy. At this moment about 900 people work at ECN. The research centre carries out research on the field of energy. With this work the researchers move between fundamental research on universities and appliance of knowledge and technologies in practice.

European Cyclists' Federation (ECF) Views: 9852
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The European Cyclists' Federation (ECF) is pledged to ensure that bicycle use achieves its fullest potential so as to bring about sustainable mobility and public well-being. To achieve these aims, the ECF seeks to change attitudes, policies and budget allocations at the European level.

Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment Views: 9886
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The Netherlands is a densely populated country where issues concerning space have to be considered carefully. The aim of VROM is to make living, working, recreation and moving inside the Netherlands pleasant. The Ministry wants to stimulate inhabitants and companies in the Netherlands to approach issues on nature, environment and raw materials in a responsible way.

NEA Views: 9862
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NEA is an independent knowledge provider operating in the field of traffic, transport and logistics. It is active in research, research-based consultancy, education and training in the Netherlands and abroad.

Segway Human Transporters Views: 9864
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Segway LLC is a Manchester, NH, based business founded by renowned inventor and entrepreneur Dean Kamen to provide a solution to short-distance travel. The company has created the Segway Human Transporter (HT), the first self-balancing, electric-powered transporter designed to enhance the productivity of people by increasing the distance they can travel and the amount they can carry.

TNO Inro Views: 9890
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TNO - Institute for Traffic and Transport, Logistics and Spatial Development. TNO Inro, from its base in Delft, performs research into and gives advice on traffic, transport, cross-company logistics, regional economics and spatial planning and the relationship between environment and health.

Travel Information Highway (TIH) Views: 9872
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"The exchange of travel data using common standards and best practice" The objective of the TIH is the widespread exchange of travel information through the use of common standards and best practice for the public-sector and commercial interests. The TIH uses commonly recognised standards (such as those used by the internet) to allow systems to 'talk to each other' and exchange information. As such, it knows no geographic boundaries. The use of common standards also means that the TIH is not restricted to particular types of organisation; both public and private sector alike can take advantage of the benefits the TIH offers.

V&W Views: 9875
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The Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management (V&W) is active in numerous policy areas. The most well-known tasks are undoubtedly to protect our coastline and to take care of the infrastructure in our country. Ministry matters also include other policy areas, such als telecommunication, shipping and aviation. The core tasks of V&W are: guaranteeing safe, versatile and reliable accessibility both over land and water, through the air, and for telecommunications and post; offering protection against floods; and, ensuring the existence of clean water and sufficient supplies thereof.

WBCSD Sustainable Mobility Views: 9879
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The Sustainable Mobility Project is a project carried out under the auspices of the World Business Council of Sustainable Development (WBCSD), Geneva. The project aims to develop a global vision covering Sustainable Mobility of people, goods and services. The project will show possible pathways towards Sustainable Mobility that will answer societal, environmental and economic concerns. The member companies of the project include BP, DaimlerChrysler, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Michelin, Nissan, Norsk Hydro, Renault, Shell, Toyota and Volkswagen - the companies together constituting a unique collaborative effort towards Sustainable Mobility.

World Transport Policy & Practice Views: 9866
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Rethinking Transportation, Sustainability & Social Justice. The only practically-oriented journal dealing with the major issues in a field of international concern, World Transport Policy and Practice provides a high-quality medium for original and creative ideas in world transport. Experts in transport, the environment, economics and ecology contribute probing papers dealing in an informed and even-handed manner with key issues in transport, case studies and reports of trials, and assesses the difficulties of balancing economic and ecological considerations as we strive to develop a better transport system in all respects.

Itsinternational.com Views: 9870
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Itsinternational.com is the website of ITS International magazine, a leading publication about advanced technology for mobility and transport, also known as 'intelligent transport systems'.

ELTIS Views: 9864
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European Local Transport Information Service

California PATH Views: 9873
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California PATH was established in 1986. It is administered by the Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS), University of California, Berkeley, in collaboration with Caltrans. PATH is a multi-disciplinary program with staff, faculty and students from universities statewide, and cooperative projects with private industry, state and local agencies, and non-profit institutions.

Connekt Views: 9866
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Connekt is an innovation network for traffic and transport. Connekt, a public private foundation in which ministries, industry, branch organisations and knowledge institutes participate, is charged with the duty of stimulating the development and transfer of knowledge in the sphere of traffic and transport, thus contributing to the indispensable innovation in this field.

Directorate General for Energy and Transport Views: 9896
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The European Commission is encouraging the deployment of intelligent transport systems and services (ITS) across all modes to combat these problems and move us towards better, efficient and safe management of the trans-European transport network.

Innovative Mobility Research (IMR) Views: 9864
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Innovative Mobility Research (IMR) is hosted by the Center for Commercialization of ITS Technologies (CCIT), and is part of Partners for Advanced Transit and Highways (PATH). IMR conducts research into innovative mobility technologies and solutions that could improve transportation options, while reducing their negative societal impacts. The goal of IMR is to provide critical data that will help mobility providers optimize systemwide transportation options.

CAT - Coalition for Appropriate Transportation Views: 9889
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CAT - Coalition for Appropriate Transportation is an educational charity working to improve mobility. Improved walking, bicycling and transit mean a stronger economy and a better quality of life. More transportation choices means less congestion, reduced pollution and fewer auto crash deaths, too. Curbing use of the automobile can fight suburban sprawl, obesity and increasingly high medical costs.

European Federation for Transport and Environment Views: 9878
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T&E is a European umbrella for non-governmental organisations working in the field of transport and the environment, promoting sustainable transport in Europe; which means an approach to transport that is environmentally responsible, economically sound and socially just.

IRF - International Road Federation Views: 9867
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The International Road Federation is a not-for-profit, non-political service organisation. Its purpose and continuing objective is to encourage better road and transportation systems worldwide and to help apply technology and management practises which will give maximum economic and social returns from national road investments.

Classic Views: 9856
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For many elderly people life is getting more difficult the older they become. To make life easier for them, Martin Kyburz and four colleagues started in 1995 to produce their first electric scooter in series. At the moment they have three different models of the CLASSIC (10 km/h, 20 km/h and 30 km/h), which are established in the market.

ERTICO Views: 9876
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ERTICO is a Europe-wide, not-for-profit, public/private partnership for the implementation of Intelligent Transport Systems and Services (ITS). Set up in 1991 at the initiative of the European Commission as well as key members of European ITS industry and national governments, ERTICO is open to any European organisation or international organisation operating substantially in Europe. ERTICO's mission is to promote and support the implementation of ITS in Europe, ensuring sustainable mobility, travel satisfaction and high economic returns. By joining ERTICO, organisations can work more effectively together and achieve vital synergies across sectors and across national boundaries to create a dynamic and successful European ITS market.

A to B Magazine Views: 9877
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A to B Magazine is dedicated to demonstrating alternatives to the car - primarily electric bicycles, public transport-friendly folding bikes and bike carraige by rail, bus and air.

VTI - Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute Views: 9861
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VTI is the abbreviation for the Swedish Road and Transport Research Institute, which is responsible for acquiring knowledge and providing decision bases for the needs of the community.

Carfree Cities Views: 9874
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Carfree Cities proposes a delightful solution to the vexing problem of urban automobiles.

National Aerospace Laboratory NLR Views: 9866
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NLR is an independent non-profit research institute based in the Netherlands that carries out contract research for national and international customers.

Netherlands Agency for Energy and the Environment Views: 9864
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Novem is known as the Netherlands Agency for Energy and the Environment. The company employs 400 people who focus on the various aspects of sustainable development. Novem has several fundamental assets including knowledge, a creative approach to new targets through the development of tools an action plans and lots more. Novem activities fall under four themes: Sustainable Construction, Living, Working, Sustainable Energy Provision, Sustainable Production and Sustainable Mobility.

Dutch Cyclists Association Views: 9877
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The Fietsersbond is an association of cyclists for cyclists. Through their financial support and/or active contributions, the members ensure that cyclists' interests are given the attention they deserve. The association uses the membership fees to promote the interests of cyclists in an independent and professional way. And naturally, the larger the number of members, the more political clout we carry.

Less Traffic Views: 9855
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Less Traffic promotes ideas, resources and practical experiments that go beyond 1st generation traffic calming.

America Walks Views: 9859
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America Walks is a national coalition of local advocacy groups dedicated to promoting walkable communities. Our members are autonomous grassroots organizations from across the country, each working to improve conditions for walking in their area. The mission of America Walks is to foster the development of community-based pedestrian advocacy groups, to educate the public about the benefits of walking, and, when appropriate, to act as a collective voice for walking advocates.

Living Streets Views: 9872
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”We are the champions of streets and public spaces for people on foot. We work on practical projects to create safe, vibrant and healthy streets for all. Local streets are a service that we all use. But for decades, traffic priorities have been allowed to overwhelm them, and they have been left dirty and unsafe. Vibrant streets help to revitalise neighbourhoods and reconnect people. Help us to win streets back for everybody.”

ONRI - Dutch association of consulting engineers Views: 9861
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ONRI's core business is providing knowledge-based services. ONRI focuses on the organisation and management of the built-up and natural environment and ONRI offers added value across the entire chain.

AVc - The Foundation for Tackling Vehicle Crime Views: 9868
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The National Platform for Crime Control (NPC) is where the business community and government come together; the chairman of the Platform is the Minister of Justice for the Netherlands. The purpose of the Platform is to align the individual initiatives in the field of crime control. The Platform has made an agenda of a number of subjects with which the business community in particular has to deal with; one of which is vehicle crime.

AVV Transport Research Centre Views: 9857
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AVV Transport Research Centre is one of the specialist divisions of the Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management in the Netherlands. AVV works for the Ministry and other governmental bodies active in the transport field.

Bast - Federal Highway Research Institute Views: 9866
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BASt is a technical and scientific institute responsible to the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Housing (BMVBW). The scope of work is considerable, ranging from replying at short notice to incoming enquiries to the coordination and carrying out of research projects over a period of several years. A focal point of BASt's work results from the role it plays in the formulation of specifications and standards applying to all fields in highway-related work.

CEN - Comité Européen de Normalisation Views: 9865
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CEN's mission is to promote voluntary technical harmonization in Europe in conjunction with worldwide bodies and its partners in Europe.

COST 342 Views: 9865
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The COST 342 project - Parking Policy Measures and their Effects on Mobility and the Economy - has the aim of collating, in a structured manner, the experience gained internationally with the effects of parking and parking policy. This should result in the production of an interesting catalogue of measures and their particular effects as well as also making it possible to draw (approximate) conclusions on the possible predictability of such effects.

FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies Views: 9862
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The FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies (FCVT) Program is developing more energy efficient and environmentally friendly highway transportation technologies that will enable America to use less petroleum. The long-term aim is to develop "leap frog" technologies that will provide Americans with greater freedom of mobility and energy security, while lowering costs and reducing impacts on the environment.

LUTR Views: 9865
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The Land Use and Transport Research (LUTR) cluster is a group of projects addressing these issues under the auspices of the European Commission's Key Action: City of Tomorrow and Cultural Development. It includes ten research projects and two coordinating programmes, with a total of 50 research partners in 20 countries, and an overall budget of 13M Euro.

PIARC – World Road Association Views: 9894
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PIARC is a worldwide organization of professionals in road infrastructure planning, design, construction, maintenance and operation.

Re~Cycle Views: 9867
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Many bikes are thrown away or lie rusting in garages in the UK, while people in Less Developed Countries are without transport apart from their feet. Walking can take up to 4 hours per day (e.g. collecting water, walking to field or town), lowering work / productive time. Re~Cycle’s mission is to collect and ship second hand bicycles and parts to LDCs. With the help of our partners we teach local people the skills of how to repair and maintain them, to improve their lives in a sustainable manner.

Road and Hydraulic Engineering Division Views: 9885
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This is de web site of the Road and Hydraulic Engineering Division of the Directorate General of Public Works and Water Management (Rijkswaterstaat). The DWW is the consultancy division for civil engineering and environment, that introduces itself to you in the following pages. Our pages are easily recognized as you can see.

TRB - Transportation Research Board Views: 9870
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TRB is a unit of the National Research Council, a private, nonprofit institution that is the principal operating agency of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Engineering. The Board's mission is to promote innovation and progress in transportation by stimulating and conducting research, facilitating the dissemination of information, and encouraging the implementation of research results.

TRL - Transport Research Laboratoy Views: 9873
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TRL is an independent, internationally recognised centre of excellence in surface transport issues. For more than 60 years TRL has worked closely with customers in the public, private and independent sectors of the UK and world-wide. The organisation provides research based technical help which enables customers to obtain improved value for money, generate competitive advantage and a better understanding of transport problems.

ULTra Views: 9871
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ULTra is an on demand system of driverless automatic taxis travelling on their own guideway network

Vélo Mondial Views: 9947
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The main aims at the heart of Velo Mondial’s mission are: • CO2 emission reduction / climate change control /improving air quality • Road safety & overall traffic management • Poverty relief • Sustainable economical development • Accessibility and Emancipation • Health promotion

World Bank Group - transport group Views: 9899
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The mission of the transport group in the Bank is to assist clients to reduce poverty by improving the efficiency and equity of transport policy and interventions. We will work with the public and private sector and communities to enhance the capacity of transport institutions to provide sustainable infrastructure and services.



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