We are happy to present you with the second issue of the TIDE newsletter. With the first year of the project over, the TIDE 'handbook for transferability analysis in urban transport and mobility' has been completed and the build-up to the local innovation forums and implementation scenarios for take-up is gaining full momentum. This newsletter also reports on the Cost-Benefit Analysis workshop that took place in Budapest. The city which enters the spotlight this time is Milan. With the planned extension to its road user charging zone and the plan to equip every parking lot with sensors able to control and apply sanctions for infringements, this municipality has clear aspirations to further advance urban transport.
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