Urban

Urban areas face common challenges even if in very different national contexts. Citizens’ needs and the need to comply with administrative and financial regulations are conditions that all local authorities in Europe must adhere to. The solution to these political challenges is usually planned through measures such as the improvement of the service, the most financially efficient use of different modes of transport, and the development of sustainable mobility. FSR Transport therefore aims to react to the need for the knowledge exchange and the discussion of best practices.

Management of Smart Cities Online Course: register now!
Management of Smart Cities Online Course: register now!

Learn about the principles of management of urban infrastructures in the era of Smart Cities thanks to the first “smart…

IGLUS Quarterly, Vol. 2, No. 3 – Urban traffic congestion: Alternatives to the private motor vehicle from around the world
IGLUS Quarterly, Vol. 2, No. 3 – Urban traffic congestion: Alternatives to the private motor vehicle from around the world

Around the world, as urban populations are growing, so too are rates of private car ownership, which in turn leads to…

The "National Report on the Development of Sharing Mobility in Italy" presented today
The "National Report on the Development of Sharing Mobility in Italy" presented today

Sharing mobility, smart cities, driverless and connected cars are developing in many parts of the world. Mobility is changing, and…

6th IDB Regional Policy Dialogue Meeting of the Transport Network
6th IDB Regional Policy Dialogue Meeting of the Transport Network

Prof Finger has been invited by the Transport Division of the Department of Infrastructure and Energy from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to the…

IGLUS Quarterly, Vol. 2, No. 2 – Dortmund Special Edition: Insights from the Rhine-Ruhr Area
IGLUS Quarterly, Vol. 2, No. 2 – Dortmund Special Edition: Insights from the Rhine-Ruhr Area

This edition features a series of three articles written by our IGLUS partners in Dortmund, focusing on three cases that…

European Urban Research Association (EURA) - Call for papers for the Annual Conference
European Urban Research Association (EURA) - Call for papers for the Annual Conference

The call for abstracts for the EURA 2017 Conference is open! The title of the Conference, taking place from June 21st until…

Survey of means of transport and sharing mobility in Italian Universities
Survey of means of transport and sharing mobility in Italian Universities

In Italy, which means of transport do students and staff normally use to go to university? Also, do they know about the…

Smart transportation in Brazil - changing business models in utilities
Smart transportation in Brazil - changing business models in utilities

As digitalization and decentralization change Brazil’s energy and transport markets, the transport and energy sectors are particularly under pressure to…

"Funding Sources: problem or solution?" Case study on the construction of the Light Rail in Guadalajara
"Funding Sources: problem or solution?" Case study on the construction of the Light Rail in Guadalajara

Following the latest issue of the Network Industries Quarterly (vol 18 – issue nr 2 – year 2016) dedicated to “Financing of…

IGLUS Quarterly, Vol. 2, No. 1 – Multi-level Governance in the Urban Context
IGLUS Quarterly, Vol. 2, No. 1 – Multi-level Governance in the Urban Context

In this issue, we will be travelling to three different continents in order to explore the ever-pertinent topic of integrated…

IGLUS Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 1 – Tackling Urban Challenges: Who should take the Lead?
IGLUS Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 1 – Tackling Urban Challenges: Who should take the Lead?

You are about to read the 1st issue of the IGLUS Quarterly. IGLUS Quarterly is dedicated to the analysis of…

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