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Sweet heat! Vienna heats 600 homes with Manner wafers

Sweet heat! Vienna heats 600 homes with Manner wafers

Who wouldn’t love to know that his home is heated with delicious Manner wafers? Or, to be more precise, with…


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Conceptualizing an integrated Regional Transportation Strategy for the Vienna Metropolitan Region

Conceptualizing an integrated Regional Transportation Strategy for the Vienna Metropolitan Region

Given the complex interdependencies between major cities and their surrounding areas, more and more municipalities in large metropolitan regions are developing integrated transportation…


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Vienna advances Social Housing in new EU Urban Agenda

Vienna advances Social Housing in new EU Urban Agenda

At the end of last year, one of the EU’s first urban partnerships was founded to advance the EU Urban…


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Learning from Vienna: Effective Parking Management

Learning from Vienna: Effective Parking Management

“If your city wants to focus on one topic for reducing traffic congestion, improving housing affordability, cleaning the air, lessening…


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A Tale of Two Cities (3): A Comparison of Shared Spaces in Vienna and Auckland

A Tale of Two Cities (3): A Comparison of Shared Spaces in Vienna and Auckland

In the third and final part of the “A Tale of Two Cities” series on shared spaces in Auckland and…


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A Tale of Two Cities (1): Vienna’s Mariahilferstraße combines Pedestrian Zone and Shared Space

A Tale of Two Cities (1): Vienna’s Mariahilferstraße combines Pedestrian Zone and Shared Space

In the first part of the “A Tale of Two Cities” series on shared spaces in Auckland and Vienna, Andreas…


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Vienna’s streets now and then (and in the future)

Vienna’s streets now and then (and in the future)

As Vienna celebrates 150 years of its Ringstrasse next year, Tourism Vienna recently released a video comparing Vienna now and…


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Vienna STEPs up

Vienna STEPs up

Vienna aims to increase sustainable transportation’s share to 80% by 2025. By Darren Davis and Andreas Lindinger. The city of…


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Vienna’s bikeshare system reaches 500,000 users mark

Vienna’s bikeshare system reaches 500,000 users mark

Citybike Wien, Vienna’s bikeshare system that already started back in 2003, recently surpassed the 500,000 registered users mark. Today, it…


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EIU: Melbourne, Vienna and Vancouver are again the world’s most livable cities

EIU: Melbourne, Vienna and Vancouver are again the world’s most livable cities

This year, Melbourne, Vienna and Vancouver are again the top three cities in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual Livability Index….


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