LOW-CARB is a transnational project in Central Europe increasing the planning capacities of organisations and city governments to transition to low-carbon mobility and transportation. It is tackling burning issues of Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning such as integrating low-carbon mobility measures for users, creating institutional cooperation and fostering joint financing, as well as facilitating Functional Urban Areas with creating action plans that make low-carbon transit and travel a reality. 


LOW-CARB will reduce CO2 emissions by almost 60 000 tons by 2020 in the Central European Region! Strategies, action plans, tools and innovative pilot actions will reflect the main challenges and new trends of clean mass public transport. Such themes include open data-based mobility planning, integrated mobility platforms and implementation of new low-carbon technologies.

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Making it Count

Discover more about the LOW-CARB project with this pint-sized flyer entitled 'MAKING IT COUNT.' 

Dec. 2017: The ‘LOW-CARB’ Declaration represents a voluntary statement to embrace the project's objectives. Learn more via the 'Hall of Fame' here, and via our first press release here.

Online Now! Issue 5 of the LOW-CARB Digest

Stay up to date with the LOW-CARB Digest. 
A newsletter which offers a round-up of past, present and future project, city and EU news! Issue 5 AVAILABLE NOW!

Previous Digests:
Issue 4 (July 2019) 
Issue 3 (Dec. 2018)
Issue 2 (July 2018)
Issue 1 (Jan. 2018)

Show your commitment in the transition to low-carbon mobility!

Sign our non-binding declaration of transitioning to low carbon mobility measures, and join prominent agents of change in our Hall of Fame.

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The LOW-CARB e-newsletter is published semi-annually. Issue 5 NOW AVAILABLE! NOW AVAILABLE! Sign up to receive your copy and please add this account to your Safe Senders list!

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