Creating travel options that utilise cleaner, more fuel-efficient vehicles and alternative fuels.
In seeking to encourage cleaner and better transport, most CIVITAS cities include the use of clean vehicles and clean fuels in their integrated strategies. The implementation of cleaner vehicles decreases air pollution which reduces the harmful effects from vehicle emissions and improves the quality of life for everyone. On a longer-term perspective, the implementation of cleaner vehicles can lead to greater energy independence (from fossil fuels) and relief from unstable oil prices.
The group exchanges through email groups on specific topics of relevance to clean fuels and vehicles: from discussing the input to events to questions about measures implemented in CIVITAS cities. This group is open to representatives of CIVITAS Forum members who are working on implementing clean fuels and vehicles in their cities. Members of the group exchange with their peers in the successful implementation, evaluation and dissemination of their clean fuel and vehicle measures.
For more information on clean fuels and vehicles, contact Richard Smokers, and to join the group, click on the banner on the right-hand side on this page. Take a look at the cities, which are already members of this thematic group, and view resources relevant to members below.
- CIVITAS Measures on Clean Fuels and Vehicles (en)
- Cluster Report Clean Fuels and Vehicles (en)
- Policy Advice Note Clean Fuels and Vehicles (en, bg, de, es, fr, it, pl, ro)
- CITY-2-CITY EXCHANGE: Clean Fuels and Vehicles (en, pl, ro, it)
- CITY-2-CITY EXCHANGE: Make your fleet a model for clean vehicles (en)
- CiViTAS thematic video on: Cleaner Fuels & Vehicles
For more information on clean fuels and vehicles, contact Richard Smokers.
Find here a full list of measures related to clean fuels and vehicles.