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The Institute of Public Health of the Republic of Macedonia conducted the initial assessment of the economic savings as a consequence of cycling among persons who regularly cycle in the capital city of Skopje in 2011.

The document outlines historical preconditions that fostered fundamental changes in parking paradigms, describes instruments of parking management & provides best practices used by cities that switched to more sustainable mobility modes.

This publication provides technical support to policy-makers and their advisers in the quantitative risk assessment of environmental noise, using evidence and data available in Europe.

Follow up to the Health economic assessment tool (HEAT) for cycling and walking.Case Study of the initial assessment by IPHMK of the economic savings as a consequence of cycling among
persons who regularly cycle in the capital city of Skopje in 2011.

Within the framework of the Commission’s multi-year programme of work, transport was discussed by the Commission at its ninth session, in 2001.

This article presents the guidance as well as practical applications of the Health Economic Assessment Tool (HEAT) for cycling. It concludes that substantial savings can be expected from increased cycling.