Cleaner cities


As cities grow, they have to provide public mass transportation for citizens, to increase quality of life and mobility. Mass public transportation has a side effect to reduce car traffic, congestion and pollution. However, by so doing, public transportation massively employing combustion engines driven vehicles turns into on the biggest city polluters.



>> Aphecom All European Research

An all-European study conducted during 2008 – 2011 by the Aphekom project shows that, if the standards regarding traffic pollution, as set in WHO’s Air Qualities Guidelines…


>> EU regulation requirements

“We must resolve the implementation deficit urgently, to pave the way for deeper reductions in air pollution and its impacts on our lives. That is why I asked the EEA…

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