Revitalization of modern cities, taking into account the harmony of the environment and infrastructure on the example of the European Union

Miłosz A. Huber

Abstract


This paper is an attempt to compare the different innovative techniques for sustainable urban development which contribute to increasing their attractiveness through functionality and environmental protection. This is an article about an initial showing some examples from selected European cities. The technologies are aimed at reducing the burden on the environment, the integration of the various regions of the city, start-up potential of people young and old.

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Revitalization; City; Transportation; Innovation; Ecology

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