City officials say the limit will be enforced by police and speed cameras nearly everywhere in the Belgian capital.
“This involvement is something emotional for me," Prof Michael Horodniceanu told Euronews. "Bucharest is my home town and I would like to use my expertise pro bono to better the city and make it more livable."
Prime Minister Andrej Babis surprised many when he said his government will now support the European Union’s new planned target of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 55%. But is it realistic?
It is part of an effort to increase sustainable travel, respect social distancing and ease pressure on crowded public transport in the wake of the COVID-19 lockdowns.
The UK is set to join a number of its European neighbours in allowing rental e-scooters on roads.
Rosie Watson and Mike Elm set off for a cross-continent journey on foot and bike to meet those tackling the climate crisis. But the coronavirus pandemic left them stranded in Kosovo.
Business Line Dubai explores how cargo companies are dealing with the Covid 19 health crisis. The team also finds out how some big brands are adapting their advertising during the pandemic.
It is one of the most congested capitals in Europe, and a new transport minister hopes to strike a balance between helping people get around and cutting carbon emissions.
The east-west rail link, one of Europe’s most ambitious engineering projects, has been repeatedly delayed and could now cost an €750m.
New electric tricycles that resemble Roman chariots have begun appearing in France. They are calling the vehicle, the Benur and it's already causing a sensation for those with impaired mobility.