Impact report

The EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK consortium is excited to introduce its very first Impact Report, which will replace the Participation Report from previous years. The purpose of the report is to provide a deeper understanding of the significance of the campaign - and related events, communications, measures and more - for European sustainable mobility culture.

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Executive summary

Impact report 2021 - executive summary

Find below the impressive numbers days and weeks of activities that have been organised, permanent measures that have been implemented or "Car-free days" that have been held over the years.

Week of activities: 27,039

2022: 30

Organise activities that celebrate sustainable urban transport. The celebrations can take any form - from guided walks or bicycle rides to street games to public lectures. As long as the activities promote public transport, cycling, walking and other forms of sustainable mobility, they're valid.

Permanent Measures

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 Implement or promote permanent infrastructure that helps people make sustainable transport choices. These ‘permanent measures’ don’t need to be expensive: the aim is to show the commitment of the town or city to sustainable urban mobility.

"Car-Free Day": 18,111

2022: 13

Hold a Car-Free Day event by closing one or more streets to traffic, and instead opening them to pedestrians, cyclists and public transport. This should preferably happen on 22 September to mark your town or city’s link to World Car-Free Day.

Implemented permanent measures

Below you can find the total number of permanent measures that have been implemented to date through EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK: