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Timár Pavel, Stopka Ján and Báleš Vladimír

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Bartosz Piechowicz, Kinga Stawarczyk and Michał Stawarczyk

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Bartosz Piechowicz, Przemysław Grodzicki, Iwona Piechowicz and Kinga Stawarczyk

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Barbora Kaliňáková, Daniela Hudecová, Peter Segľa, Martina Palicová and Jozef Švorec

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L. Hołysz, M. Mirosław, K. Terpiłowski and A. Szcześ

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Konrad Terpiłowski

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Hussein Kadhem Al-Hakeim, Muneer Kadhem Khudhair and Eric Anderson Grulke

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Semaghiul Birghila, Georgiana Baronescu and Anca Dumbrava

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Alexandra Pažitná, Nikoleta Jánošková and Ivan Špánik

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Catharinus F. Jaarsma, Frank van Langevelde and Raoul Beunen

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Jaarsma C.F., van Langevelde F., Beunen R.: Landscape ecology and rural roads: Traffic calming for improving both landscape and wildlife? Ekologia (Bratislava), Vol. 32, No. 4, p. 352-360, 2013.

The concept of traffic calming has successfully improved road safety. This concept applied in rural areas has provided new insights in the mitigation of negative effects of roads and traffic. Earlier studies have shown that the concept, distinguishing between local access roads and rural arterial highways, can also improve landscape connectivity for wildlife. Physical speed-reducing devices are frequently used in the context of traffic calming, but applying these devices may negatively impact the coherence and identity of the landscape. Therefore an alternative approach for speed reduction has been proposed, namely applying local landscape elements (such as hedgerows), plantings and objects of cultural heritage (such as railings of small bridges over local water courses) as speed-reducing devices. We explain this ‘green approach’ with examples from Dutch practice. We conclude that a combination of disciplines is needed to realize this new approach, which may be more cost-effective than the traditional approach and additionally improve the landscape quality. The new insights are at least equally effective from a landscape ecological viewpoint.