Interview: PoliVisu helps Pilsen get a new traffic model of the city

Last month, Pilsen's Deputy for Transport and Environment, Michal Vozobule, talked to DNES, the second largest newspaper in the Czech Republic, about the project and how it's helping local policy makers to improve traffic in the city. Below is a translated version of the interview which appeared in print on 24 February 2020. The PoliVisu project aims to gather relevant data and create analytical tools to support important policy decisions. Pilsen, along with Ghent in Belgium and Issy-les-Moulineax in France, is the third pilot city involved. The focus of the project is broad. It covers not only cars and public transport but also pedestrians and cyclists, as well as the parking system. “The r

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PoliVisu has received funding from the EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 769608.


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