The European branch of the World Health Organization has developed the Health Economic Assessment Tool (HEAT) for walking and cycling. The HEAT tool is an online resource to estimate the economic savings resulting from reductions in mortality as a consequence of regular cycling and/or walking.
Who would have thought that the most popular measure in the whole of the CIVITAS Plus programme (2008-2012) would be a SUMP (Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan)? That was the outcome of an ‘Investment Auction’ at the CIVITAS Forum in Spain on September 26th where visitors where asked to vote on the most transferable demonstration measure.
Here at Interactions we really love this new ad. Cow&Gate say it’s all about seeing your little baby become a little person, developing its own personality and interacting with others. It is interactions such as these that make individuals a cohesive group, singing the same tune and speaking the same language.
Pleased but sad to say our Personalised Travel Planning (PTP) project for South Dublin County Council has just been completed. It was a really exciting project to work on, being the first of its kind in Ireland (apart from a pilot in Adamstown in 2010). PTP has been implemented successfully in the UK and Europe, and it was interesting to see best practice being transferred to Ireland.