promoting sustainable transport in Central and Eastern Europe
  • Austrian driving schools promote eco-driving

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  • Budapest takes measures to promote sustainable mobility

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  • Warsaw developing a safe, coherent and attractive cycling network

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  • POLIS conference 2018

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  • Cycling and jobs

    Riding towards the green economy

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This EST goes EAST Clearing House aims to promote Environmentally Sustainable Transport in Central and Eastern Europe. It has its origins in the international EST goes EAST project and its continued maintenance and development is supported by UN Environment and the Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management

Environmentally Sustainable Transport (EST) provides safe, economically viable and socially acceptable access to people, places, goods and services, while protecting human health and the environment.

The EST goes EAST Clearing House facilitates the exchange of information, knowledge and experience with EST policies and practices in Central and Eastern Europe, in particular, and in Europe more generally. It does this by having a searchable database of good practices, a set of relevant publications and a list of relevant European and national stakeholder contacts.

Last updated good practice

Warsaw's principles to guide the development of its cycle network (Poland)

Most recent publication

Behavioural Insights Team (2017) "Evaluation of low cost workplace sustainable travel interventions"

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POLIS Conference 2018

The annual conference of Polis, the network of European cities and regions committed to innovative transport solutions, takes place in the Manchester from 22 to 23 November 2018.

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Report: Riding towards green economy - Cycling and green jobs

"Riding towards the green economy: Cycling and green jobs", a joint report from UN Environment, WHO and UNECE, was published in 2017.

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