As part of our research for the PASTA (Physical Activity through Sustainable Transport Approaches) project, we ran a two-year survey starting in autumn 2014, which looked at the travel patterns of more than 10,000 people in seven cities across Europe, namely Antwerp, Barcelona, London, Örebro, Rome, Vienna, Zürich.
We recently closed the survey and are currently analysing the data that we have collected.
Initial findings from the data indicating that people who drive cars as their main form of transport are on average 4kg heavier than those who cycle were shared via a press release, which can be viewed here.
Journal articles about PASTA can be found on the publication page, here
Luc, the survey lead from VITO , explains why we are carried out this survey and how it feeds into the project as a whole. Other partners involved in this survey include; BOKU, UZH, CREAL, ICL, Trivector, and ;Roma Servizia.
Case studies for walking & cycling measures in Antwerpen (source: Eltis)
- Blue-bike: national bicycle sharing system in Belgium
- Mobility centre: Slimweg (or ‘Smart on the road’)
- Velo Antwerpen: 1000 public bikes for the city of Antwerp
- Antwerken initiative in Antwerp: large scale renovation of transport infrastructure
- Quality label for schools working with transport and mobility
Case studies for walking & cycling measures in Barcelona (source: Eltis)
Newham (London), UK
South-east London Borough
Case studies for walking & cycling measures in London (source: Eltis)
Regional centre, 200km west of Stockholm
Case studies for walking & cycling measures in Örebro (source: Eltis)
Case studies for walking & cycling measures in Rome (source: Eltis)
Case studies for walking & cycling measures in Vienna (source: Eltis)
- Bike-City: housing project designed around the needs of cyclists
- WildUrb - Exploring the benefits of urban walking
- Radhouse: a new type of bicycle storage
- Citybike: One of Europe's first bike sharing schemes
- Urban development of Aspern Seestadt in Vienna, Austria
- Cycling in Vienna: lessons from Velo-city 2013
Case studies for walking & cycling measures in Zürich (source: Eltis)
- Mobile bicycle stands for rent
- Zürich: Towards a city of pedestrians
- The Mobility Strategy of the City of Zürich
- Mobility management for residential areas
- Parking policy as part of a comprehensive approach to mobility planning
- Company Bikes: Efficient vehicles, popular with city employees
- Access an international flight gateway by different modes in a safe way