HANDSHAKE, a new CIVITAS project, will support the take-up and transfer of successful cycling measures developed by three world-class cycling cities - Copenhagen (Denmark), Amsterdam (the Netherlands), and Munich (Germany) - to ten other cities across the EU.
In October 2018, Interreg Europe’s Policy Learning Platform on Low Carbon Economy published findings and recommendations on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs).
The policy brief drew on a number of relevant projects that have been supported by the programme. It looked at the needs and specifics of the SUMP concept and process, as well as recent developments.
From 16 - 22 September, 2018 activities took place all across Europe and other regions to mark EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK.
Nearly 2 800 towns and cities from 54 different countries registered for EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK this year, making 2018 its third record-breaking year in a row!
The full list of participating countries and the cities that have taken part is available from http://www.mobilityweek.eu/2018-participants.
Eight European towns and cities have been revealed as the winners of the CIVITAS Awards 2018, Europe’s most prestigious prizes for clean, urban transport. The announcements were made during a lavish ceremony on the second night of the CIVITAS Forum 2018 in Umeå, Sweden.
This case study provides information about EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK, an initiative that runs annually throughout Europe. The EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Campaign continues to gain traction with participation levels in 2018 exceeding previous levels for the third year in a row.
Interreg Europe has released 26 good practice examples of sustainable urban mobility and SUMPs, as part of the REFORM project.
REFORM supports the implementation of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs), which aim to drive urban mobility towards a sustainable, low carbon future. REFORM's latest report aims to help knowledge sharing across regions, through presenting good practice and enabling stakeholders to build regional action plans.
A recent survey conducted by Oliver Wyman of 7 500 consumers across France, Italy, Germany, the US and China highlights consumer preferences for smart transportation services.
Smart mobility services are developing every year, with future-forward apps providing digital solutions to the transport issues individuals experience on a daily basis.
Use Trolley 2.0 User Forum to learn and exchange knowledge about hybrid-trolleybuses and the concept of in-motion charging.
Contributing to the development and implementation of sustainable urban mobility plans or SUMPs for Functional Urban Areas (FUAs) in the Interreg Central Europe area, LOW-CARB invites applications to its ‘Follower City Programme.’ The deadline is 28 September, 2018.
City representatives are invited to apply to join two upcoming sustainable urban mobility study visits in Bristol (UK) and Stockholm (Sweden), organised by the CIVITAS Initiative.
The first study visit will take place in Bristol from 11-14 September and will comprise of site visits, which will enable participating cities to see first-hand the exciting sustainable urban mobility and urban development initiatives in the city.