This was life after lockdown in Rome today as commuters returned to the Italian capital's transport network.
City authorities are looking at new measures to enable large urban populations to move around safely.
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Czech Republic transit workers have been spraying trams and buses with different types of disinfectant nano-polymers in the fight against COVID-19.
Luxembourg recently became the first country to make public transport free. But pioneers Tallinn have been doing it for years.
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They oppose plans by the government to merge the country's 42 pension systems into a single scheme and to phase out certain civil service advantages.
Ballet dancers refuse to see the end of their special pension scheme, which allows them to retire at the age of 42.
The country has done a deal with Volkswagen Group to provide autonomous vehicles for large and small groups.
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The east-west rail link, one of Europe’s most ambitious engineering projects, has been repeatedly delayed and could now cost an €750m.
how can we as citizens promote the necessary change to stop our contribution to a visible problem so poorly combated by global geopolitics that inertia will impede reaching a pre-industrial age climate anytime soon? The answer might be closer to hand than you expected.
Return plastic bottles for recycling at designated points around the city.
We find out why an investment in communal e-scooters could lead to cleaner air in urban spaces.
Authorities issued a 24-hour ban in large swathes of Lyon and parts of Paris to prevent a repeat of the violence observed after the African Cup of Nations semi-final last Sunday.
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The network will be completed by 2020 and will cover 70 kilometres with 37 stations.
Discovering one of the fastest growing branches of transport.
Years of belt-tightening have put pressure on infrastructure.
Luxembourg is to become the first country in the world to scrap fares on all public transport.
A baby was born in the Paris metro on Wednesday evening, transport authorities in the French capital have confirmed.
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In Indonesia, city buses accept plastic bottles as payment for a ticket.
'Solidarity is not a crime,' argued protesters in Lyon who said the city's public transport network is imposing a €150 fine on people who give their tickets to other passengers