The EU-funded PASTA project is seeking best practice examples from European cities on walking and cycling.
The aim is to bring together measures that have been shown to improve the health and well-being of citizens and are examples of successful cooperation across diverse sectors and municipal departments, such as health, urban planning, and transport authorities.
‘A key output of PASTA will be a collection of good practice examples and recommendations; we are interested to find out from cities which measures promoting active mobility have worked well for them,’ said Florinda Boschetti, the partner in the project responsible for collecting good practice examples.
The top five examples will be selected by a board of experts and published as a handbook in 2017 at the end of the project.
Contributors are also invited to join Friends of PASTA, an online community which explores the links between health and transport agendas.