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Co-funding available for European sustainable mobility projects

By Lewis Macdonald / Updated: 01 Aug 2014
CIVITAS CAPITAL is offering co-funding of up to 50 per cent for urban mobility projects. To be eligible, the projects must focus on one of six topics: integrated planning; urban freight logistics; demand management strategies; transport telematics; safety and security; and clean fuels and vehicles.
The project is supporting the take-up of sustainable urban mobility measures through an Activity Fund. This co-financing mechanism will encourage the transfer of successful measures from ‘pioneer’ cities to ‘take-up’ cities. Co-funding will be made available via four competitive calls between 2014 and 2015. A sum of €120,000 is available in this first call, which runs from 28 February to 4 April 2014.

More detailed information on the focal areas, the types of partners and activities that can be involved, and eligibility criteria for applications can be found in the call’s terms of reference document.

Applicants must be established in an EU member state or Albania, Iceland, Israel, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland or Turkey. Successful applicants will be notified within seven weeks of submission and will then be invited to negotiate. Around three to five projects are expected to be co-funded per take-up level, of which there are four: ‘Being inspired’ (€5,000), ‘Structural dialogue’ (€5,000), ‘Studies’ (€7,500), and ‘Systematic transfer’ (€10,000). Applications should be emailed to icre@polisnetwork.eu by 4 April 2014.

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