Through its work within the Transport, Health and Environment Pan-European Programme (THE PEP), WHO/Europe aims to define a strategic approach and coherent framework for integrating urban transport management and policies for land-use planning, environment and health.
Different parts of the European Region are addressed through a series of tailored capacity building and thematic workshops.
- Green and health-friendly sustainable mobility: focusing on urban central Asia (Kazakhstan, 2013)
- Sustainable development of urban transport: challenges and opportunities (Russian Federation, 2012)
- Working together for sustainable and healthy urban transport (Ukraine, 2011)
- Safe and healthy walking and cycling in urban areas (Georgia, 2010)
- Sustainable and healthy urban policies (the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, 2010)
- Safe and healthy walking and cycling in urban areas (Czech Republic, 2009)
- Sustainable and healthy urban transport: focusing on eastern and southeastern Europe, Caucasus and central Asia (Republic of Moldova, 2008)
- Sustainable urban transport and land-use planning: focusing on south Caucasus (Georgia, 2006)
- Implementing sustainable urban travel policies in the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (Russian Federation, 2004)
- Sustainable and healthy urban transport and planning (Cyprus, 2003)