Put walking and cycling on an equal footing

The mission of the FLOW project is to put walking and cycling on an equal footing with motorised modes. To achieve this, a methodology has been developed to assess the effectiveness of walking and cycling measures in addressing urban road congestion.

Our partner cities are piloting the FLOW assessment tool and the improved transport modelling tools. Action plans are being drawn to add or upscale cycling and walking measures shown to reduce congestion. Read more "About FLOW". 

 |  How walking and cycling reduce congestion in two minutes: watch the new FLOW video!

The EU CIVITAS FLOW project has released a video animation to illustrate how cities can reduce congestion...

 |  Time loss for America’s pedestrians totals $25 billion annually, study finds

The Pedestrian Pain Index (PPI) measures the time that American pedestrians waste waiting for the traffic...

 |  How walking and cycling reduce congestion: FLOW Quick Facts published

What happens when you remove a car lane to put in a new bicycle lane? Or you give pedestrians more time to...

 |  Driverless cars will cause congestion on Britain's roads to worsen for years.

Driverless cars will cause congestion on Britain's roads to worsen for years because the vehicles behave too...

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