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Car-free days cut a city's carbon footprint and residents support them
Should European cities have one car free day per week? 62 per cent of citizens in major hubs think so.
Smart navigation app uses ‘3D sound’ to guide blind people
A French start-up is developing an app that helps people with visual impairment get around using high-precision GPS tracking and spatial "3D sound".
Reducing car use can help you manage your finances more than you know
Making driving an attractive option overlooks the hidden costs of using your car. Reducing use can help save you money and help the environment.
The first hybrid battery train is making its way to Europe
The so-called hybrid “tri-mode” means the train can switch between battery, electric or diesel and can operate on electrified and non-electrified lines.
Has sustainable travel made Gdynia the 'happiest city' in Poland?
A poll suggests that Gdynia is the 'happiest city' in Poland. This may be linked to its ambitious project for greener public mobility planning.
Will fully autonomous cars on our roads ever be a reality?
Despite lofty ambitions, some experts are beginning to doubt self-driving cars will ever be let loose on our roads without human supervision.
This Spanish city was in decline - until it prioritised pedestrians
In central Pontevedra, pedestrians now have priority. And in just over two decades, the home to 80,000 inhabitants has been transformed from a city in decay.
Is the world's longest immersed tunnel worth damaging the environment?
The world's longest immersed tunnel is expected to be completed in Europe by 2029. But detractors say it will severely impact the environment.
Is this electric passenger plane the future of fossil-free flying?
A Swedish company is building this prototype to fly 200 kilometres on battery power alone, but its range could be doubled thanks to a hybrid turbo generator.
'I feel very frustrated': What a Rome commute is like for the disabled
Years of neglect in Rome is letting down its disabled citizens, including Dario Dongo is a lawyer and activist. Euronews follows his daily commute.
Why electric cars are not a solution to fighting climate change
To fight climate change, carmakers want to sell us ever more technological and ecological vehicles. For Paris Marx, this approach is wrong.
Thriving cities of the future will get people to walk everywhere
While COVID encouraged being outdoors more, the cities which make it easier for citizens to walk will enjoy the many economic and health benefits.
Cycling nation: The secret to the Netherlands’ biking success
The Netherlands is famous for its cyclists, but how has the country managed to encourage so many people into the saddle?
This drone-inspired motorbike can fly at high speed for 40 minutes
The world's first flying bike made its debut at the Detroit Auto Show this week.
Free public transport: Has the idea worked or is it just a gimmick?
Luxembourg and some European cities and towns have scrapped fares on public transport. Has it had the benefits they hoped for?
Are e-scooters good for the planet?
They're cheap, fast, pleasant, practical and of course, electric. But are e-scooters really good for the environment?
This mechanic is giving vintage cars a new lease of life as EVs
Cheaper to run and more environmentally friendly, these converted electric vintage cars have been given a new lease of life.
Lightyear's car runs on sunshine — but is it in your price range?
Drivers with a daily commute of less than 35 km who live in sunny climates could go as long as seven months without needing to charge this car, the company says.
Promote urban ecomobility with vouchers and methods to prevent bike theft
The city of Pisa has launched a new app with the help of the European Union to encourage collective and carbon neutral transport.
Flying car prototype in Slovakia is officially cleared for takeoff
A Slovakian-made flying car has received its wings with its official airworthiness certificate - moving one step closer to reaching the public market.
What will travel look like in 50 years time? We ask the experts
How we move around our cities and the world is changing at break-neck speed. So, how much will change in 50 years?