Reference : PROMPT New means to PROMote Pedestrian Traffic in cities
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PROMPT New means to PROMote Pedestrian Traffic in cities
Rauhala, Kari [VTT Building and Transport (Finland) > Transport and Logistics > > >]
Martincigh, Lucia mailto [Università Roma Tre > Dpt of design and study of architecture > > >]
Hüsler, Willi mailto [IBV W. Hüsler AG Consultants for planning and transport Schweiz > > > >]
Ovstedal, Liv mailto [SINTEF Technology and Society Norway > Transport, Safety and Informatics > > >]
Hanocq, Philippe mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Services généraux (Faculté des sciences appliquées) > Scientifiques attachés au Doyen (Sc.appliquées) >]
Rennesson, Catia mailto [Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches sur les Transports et l'Urbanisme CERTU France > > > >]
Patrice, Bernard [centre d'Etudes Techniques de l'Equipement CETE Nord Picardie France > > > >]
European Commission
[en] urban design ; urban renewal ; mobility ; sustainable development ; environment ; walk
[fr] projet urbain ; requalification urbaine ; mobilité ; développement durable ; environnement ; marche
[en] The main objective of the PROMPT project was to develop new innovative tools and solutions to improve the conditions of walking in cities. Their scope ranges from the urban level to the detailed street level. They are aimed at problem identification, design and planning as well as at the implementation of considered measures in widely different situations.
European Commission 5th framework - EESD, The vcity of tomorrow and cultural heritage
PROMPT Contract EVK4-CT-1999-00003
European commission
Researchers ; Professionals ; Students

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