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Public transport, Arup and COBE


From bustling metro systems to sprawling bike paths and eco-friendly transport options, the push for sustainability in cities extends to optimizing traffic and transportation. Our programs delve into how authorities, urban planners, and mobility professionals collaborate to enhance efficiency while reducing resource consumption and noise pollution.

Explore topics such as:

  • Utilizing digitization for package delivery and waste management

  • Improving conditions for pedestrians and cyclists

  • Implementing car-sharing initiatives

  • Adopting bio-fuel buses, light rail, and metro systems

  • Embracing densification strategies to connect city centers with new urban developments via stairs and bridges.


Contact us to discover which European cities lead the way in innovative mobility solutions and how you can benefit from their experiences.

Urban Mobility Solutions

Cities are changing to make transportation better and friendlier to the environment. Our programs show how city planners, experts, and transportation folks work together to make transportation in cities smoother and greener.

Find out about new ideas like:

  • Using technology to make delivering packages and managing waste easier

  • Making it safer and easier for people to walk and bike

  • Sharing cars to reduce traffic and pollution

  • Using eco-friendly buses, trains, and subways for cleaner travel

  • Building bridges and walkways to connect different parts of the city

Improvements in Public Transportation

Another interesting initiative is learning about the different ways people get around in Denmark. From buses and trains to subways and light rail, there are lots of ways to travel, managed by both the government and private companies.

In Copenhagen, they're building new subway lines and a modern light rail system, while Århus has had success with its light rail for years.


Discover how cities in Europe are leading the way in making transportation more sustainable. Contact us to learn more and be part of the conversation about the future of city travel more eco-friendly.

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