Munich recently started to implement a smart city framework strategy, introducing more smart city technologies in new developments. For Neuaubing-Westkreuz/Freiham, Munich’s Smarter Together project area, […]
Lyon is constantly evolving and becoming an innovative, sustainable and vibrant smart city. Lyon Confluence – the Smarter Together project demonstration area – is one […]
La Rochelle is a touristic city on the French Atlantic coast that aims to become a slow town, meaning that 80% of the streets will […]
The city of Manchester played a key role in the industrial revolution in the 19th century. As a former textile capital, the city has a […]
The project brings benefits in many areas, such as pollution reduction, noise reduction and better conditions for cycling and walking in the city. It is undoubtedly a work of general interest.
Loos-en-Gohelle was one of the main mining cities in France’s northern “Nord-Pas-de-Calais” coal mining basin. In this former agricultural village, 7 mine shafts and 8 […]
The Grenoble-Alpes-Métropole Region consists of 49 municipalities, among them the capital Grenoble. The metropolitan area is home to ca. 500,000 inhabitants, out of which more […]
The Basque city of San Sebastián (Spanish), home to about 186,000 inhabitants, is the administrative capital of the province of Guipúzcoa and a major culture […]
“The greatest potential we have, not only in Frankfurt, but basically everywhere, is the ability to reduce our energy consumption”, Wiebke Fiebig, head of the […]
The city of Lille turned the river Deûle into the essential element in the redevelopment of an old 25-hectare industrial site, recognising its social and […]
The objectives of the Living Streets in Ivanić-Grad are to prepare the ground for the creation of a pedestrian city centre, promote bicycles as a […]
In Brussels, Belgium, based on a call for applications 8 Living Streets were organised in different neighbourhoods between 2016 and 2018. They tackled various problems such as safety and street prostitution, the need for positive facilitation of public spaces and ownership by the inhabitants, green spaces, public works and need for silence, a ‘residential zone’ for meeting, sharing between inhabitants and a public space shared between pedestrians and cars.