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Sweden cracks down on electric scooters
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Japan's hydrogen power play
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What does it take to become a city in Europe?
From population size to cultural significance, we look into the myriad of qualities needed to become a city in some of Europe's biggest countries.
UK Uber drivers strike over low pay and automated sackings
The 24-hour walkout organised by the App Drivers and Couriers Union was sparked over claims that Uber is ignoring a Supreme Court ruling giving drivers more rights.
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The EU promotes the virtues of train travel with the 'Connecting Europe Express'
Travelling throughout Europe only by train has its difficulties, but the EU and its members are highlighting the environmental virtues of this form of transport with the 'Connecting Europe Express', a train that is currently crisscrossing the continent.
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How are Krakow residents coming together to fight air pollution?
Initiatives range from temporary restrictions to full bans on all vehicles in certain areas in Poland.
HS2 explained: Why people are fighting the UK’s ‘inept' new railway
The UK’s largest infrastructure project in generations faces a debate in parliament tonight. We take a look at the history of HS2 and its profound environmental impacts.
Bilbao hits the brakes to slow down pollution
The city of Bilbao and the surrounding urban area have put the maximum driving speed at 30 kms/h instead of 50. It's a pioneering measure for such a big city and now the data is beginning to show environmental improvements.
Euronews Debates | What's the future for personal cars?
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Tokyo 2020 self-driving buses restart after hitting athlete
The self-driving bus service used to transport athletes and staff at the Tokyo 2020 Games was suspended after an accident injuring a visually-impaired Paralympian.
Naked cycle in Amsterdam for bike safety awareness
Dozens of naked cyclists take to Amsterdam's streets to protest the use of cars polluting the environment and to create awareness for cyclist safety during this year's annual World Naked Bike Ride.
Brussels to install 11,000 electric charging stations by 2035
The European Commission recently announced it wants to ban the sale of all petrol and diesel cars by 2035.